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

Booth Application

Early-Bird booth discount ends July 15th

This is it: Your opportunity to show off your products in person to targeted, qualified buyers, to be part of what the future of travel looks like, right now. It happens only once a year — at the world’s biggest and most comprehensive Travel Goods Show.

Are You a Start Up or First Time Exhibitor?

For start-ups and first-time exhibitors, consider a 10W x 5D booth for your exhibit this year.
You’ll have 50 square feet of creative sales floor potential and a low cost of entry, so reserve yours now — quantities are limited.
For more information, contact:

Cathy Trecartin

apply to exhibit now


Become a Travel Goods Association member!

Once you’re a member, you’ll be eligible to book your exhibit booth. Benefits include promotional opportunities, partner discounts, industry news, marketing support and press. TGA gives the travel goods industry a voice and political clout, continues to influence U.S. and international trade policy in Washington, DC, and keeps you updated on the latest legislative issues affecting your business.

Join or learn more about becoming a member now.


(If you are already a current member, proceed to Step 2.)



Interested in participating as an exhibitor? Complete and submit a booth application.


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