WHY EXHIBIT AT THE TRAVEL GOODS SHOW?

More travel gear debuts here than anywhere else in the world.

CELEBRATING 74 YEARS OF COMMUNITY & COMMERCE

Join the thousands of buyers and sellers who have established long-lasting and profitable relationships through TGA. 

For start-ups and first-time exhibitors, consider a Launch Pad for your exhibit this year.
Launch Pads offer 36 square feet of creative sales floor potential and a low cost of entry, so reserve yours now — quantities are limited.
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Cathy Trecartin

Millennial Money: Save on Family Travel Without StressingAs an adult now, planning a trip with my own child, I fully understand how expensive — and hard — it is to travel with kids. Planning and packing requires accounting for naps, snacks, tantrums and blowouts. And you’re budgeting for extra airfare, a bigger rental car and additional lodging. You can save money on family travel and still have peace of mind. To find out how, I consulted two experts. Here’s what they had to say.www.ardmoreite.com/2022/05/11/millennial-money-save-on-family-travel-without-stressing/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Invite Your Friends to the PartyIf you are a longtime member of TGA, you know that the stronger our membership, the stronger we are as an association. When we are bolstered by new members, it means a stronger network and new services for YOU. Have a colleague whose company should be a part of TGA? Refer them for TGA membership and receive a complimentary digital ad in Travel Goods Magazine — and reap the rewards of a strengthened TGA! ... See MoreSee Less
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What are you doing this summer? Despite earlier rumblings about Americans embarking on outings and travel they had postponed due to the pandemic, a new study suggests coronavirus concerns — and historically high inflation — are influencing many people’s vacation planning.www.marketwatch.com/story/covid-ruined-all-my-plans-to-travel-overseas-as-prices-and-coronavirus-... ... See MoreSee Less
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Need Companies to Sign GSP Letter to CongressThe House and Senate must negotiate a compromise Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) reauthorization after passing different GSP renewal provisions as part of the House-Senate conference on a China competitiveness package. The TGA-supported Coalition for GSP is seeking company/association signatures for a letter to Congressional leaders outlining GSP users’ priorities (e.g., longer length, attainable eligibility criteria). The deadline to sign is 6 p.m. EDT on Monday, May 2. Sign on here: renewgsptoday.com/coalition-for-gsp-spring-2022-letter-sign-on/ ... See MoreSee Less
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