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A New City, a New Show, a New You?


The Travel Goods Show is heading to New Orleans! It's a new host city, a new venue, a new floor plan and a whole new Show. And if you want to get in on the action, debut your new items and give yourself a fresh new look, this is the time to speak up. Contact Cathy Trecartin –, 877-842-1938, x-702 – and put yourself center stage when The Show is in the Big Easy.

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U.S. and China to Resume Talks in Bid to End Damaging Trade War


High-level trade talks between the U.S. and China will resume next week as the world's top two economies move closer to a deal. The White House said in a statement earlier this week that Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will travel to Beijing for negotiations starting April 30. READ MORE


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Should You Ship Your Luggage Ahead to Your Destination?


A growing number of companies will take care of your luggage for you, and your possessions will be waiting for you when you check in to your hotel, home rental, or in the case of your kids, their college dorm or summer camp. The costs of their services can vary widely. It's often more expensive, although new entrants are bringing the price down. Depending on what you're hauling, you may even save a little money. READ MORE

These Are the Best Jobs for People Who Love to Travel


With warmer weather on the way, a lot of people have travel on their minds, whether it's for fun or for work. And when it comes to the latter, many companies are opening up benefits to accommodate more work-from-home flexibility, remote work options, and vacation days. Many employers are even offering unlimited vacation days. But some people want to take things a bit further. READ MORE

Is It Worth It to Fly an Ultra-Low-Cost Airline?


It's a seven-hour flight across the Atlantic at a bargain price: Low-cost airline Norwegian will jet you from New York to Madrid for $154 one way, taxes included. And the fare isn't a travel anomaly – the likes of American Airlines and Lufthansa are all fighting for passenger pennies, offering round trip fares between various U.S. cities and Europe for under $400. But just how are these airlines making a profit on such low fares? READ MORE