Sure, you can read all about a new product and all its bells and whistles, but that’s no substitute for getting that in-person industry insider look. And, sure, you can watch a video recap of the Show, but that can’t replace the energy and excitement — the pure buzz — of being on the showroom floor, touching the product, connecting with people, and recharging your batteries.

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Your Badge is ReadyIndustry colleagues are gathering. New travel gear is waiting. Badge registration is now open. Let’s move #ForwardTogether: The 2023 Travel Goods Show is taking place in the Entertainment Capital of the World April 2-3.Qualified buyers, register here for your FREE badge.Reserve your exhibitor booth here, too:travel-goods.org/show/ ... See MoreSee Less
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TGA Urges U.S. Government to Immediately End China Section 301 Tariffs on Travel GoodsOn July 21, TGA testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) at a hearing on the USITC’s investigation into the impact of the China Section 301 tariffs. In its testimony, TGA argued that the 25% punitive China 301 tariffs on U.S. imports of travel goods from China have failed in their goals and have only served to raise costs for American businesses and raise prices for American families. The USITC is expected to publish its report and make recommendations later this year. ... See MoreSee Less
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And Now…the Date You’ve All Been Waiting forBuyers: Travel Goods Show Attendee Badge Registration Opens August 1! With a Show Badge comes great opportunity: A chance to see the latest and greatest in travel goods in person after being deprived of this pleasure for three years! Get ready…Manufacturers: Want to exhibit, but haven’t booked your booth yet? It still may be possible to secure a prominent spot for you — contact Cathy Trecartin right away at cat@travel-goods.org or call 877-842-1938 x-702. ... See MoreSee Less
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