Go big. Travel Goods Showcase big.
When it comes to reaching travel goods professionals, nothing is bigger than Travel Goods Showcase. And no issue gets more exposure, or reaches more people, than the Post-Show issue that receives bonus distribution to travel experts, travel writers and other media outlets. And it enjoys the longest shelf life, as it's kept as a year-long reference and product resource by travel media professionals and retail buyers alike. That's right – you can put yourself in the biggest issue of the year, and at half the regular price – but a deal like this won't last forever. Ad space reservations must be booked by Friday, April 18, with artwork due Friday, April 25. Contact Cathy Hays, 877-842-1938, x-707, to reserve your space and extend your reach with exposure in the biggest new product issue of Travel Goods Showcase.
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Building a strong social media presence means you need a lot of friends, with a lot of connections. TGA is here to help. TGA's social networks reach thousands of travel media experts and travel goods professionals, with a very active presence on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have something that needs broadcasting, we’ll help spread the word. The TGA social network is your network, and another terrific benefit of your TGA membership. Please send your press releases, special events news and other noteworthy happenings to TGA's PR guru Kate Ryan, 774-929-5223, and we’ll help boost your PR outreach by broadcasting on our social networks.
Travelzing at The 2014 International Travel Goods Show [GO TRAVELIZING]
Jeff Broman shares, "I attended the 2014 International Travel Goods Show to find out about all the latest and greatest travel products. I admit that I have an addiction to travel products and have a hard time finding something I do not already own. At least that is what I thought until I attended The Travel Goods Show and found a whole bunch of new and exciting products."
Innovative products from The International Travel Goods Show [POINTS AND TRAVEL]
Cacinda Maloney writes, "The International Travel Goods Show is set-up to debut all the latest travel gadgets that you will need (or want) to fly around the country (or in my case, the world) in style (and comfort). The theme of The Show appeared to be lighter luggage, the fancy spinner wheels, better travel pillows and devices and four-point backpacks. Also, a lot of the latest in technology has infiltrated the travel market as well. Without further ado, I would like to show you a few of the gadgets that I found interesting."
Travel Goods Association Releases State of the U.S. Travel Goods Market 2001-2012; Sales Improve in 2012, But At What Price? [FULL STORY]
Travel goods sales jumped in 2012, but at a price, according to a new report released today by the Travel Goods Association (TGA). Travel goods are defined as luggage, backpacks, travel/sports bags, business cases/computer bags, handbags, personal leather goods, and luggage locks. TGA estimates that sales of travel goods in 2012 returned to pre-recession levels, with U.S. consumers spending an estimated $25.5 billion in 2012 on travel goods, a rise of 20.2% from 2011.
TGA's Guide to Carry-On Guidelines [FULL STORY]
When it comes to carry-on regulations, the number one rule is: Check with the airline before every flight.
What To Know Before You Go
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