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NTA Selects Seville, Spain to host 2010 Tour Operator Spring Meet

April 15, 2008



Sara Morton




April 15, 2008


NTA Selects Seville, Spain to host 2010 Tour Operator Spring Meet


LEXINGTON, Ky. – NTA announces that Seville, Spain, will host its 2010 Tour Operator Spring Meet, April 16-18. NTA’s Spring Meet is designed specifically for tour and travel packagers to facilitate partnering, education and networking while enjoying leisure activities featuring the host destination. During the event, delegates will have the opportunity to experience unique attractions within the city and participate in a variety of Fam and sightseeing opportunities. Fam tour possibilities include Madrid, Granada and Cordoba. Sightseeing and leisure activities may include the Alcaza (Royal Palace), the Fine Arts Museum of Seville, Italica, and golfing excursions.

"Holding the NTA Spring Meet at a top-notch international destination such as Seville affords tremendous opportunities for NTA members to make new contacts and explore a beautiful destination," said NTA Chairman and CEO Bob Hoelscher, CTP. "This artistic, cultural city is rich in history and architectural beauty. We are pleased to bring our tour and receptive tour operator to Seville."


Hoelscher added that in line with NTA’s focus on both inbound and outbound travel, the association will be working to make these opportunities possible. "NTA’s Spring Meet has always drawn from NTA’s diverse membership including tour and travel packages from the United States, Canada and international countries. This event will be no different."


The 2009 NTA Tour Operator Spring Meet will be in Monterey, California, June 4-6.


The National Tour Association is the preferred association in the tourism industry for packaged travel professionals. NTA’s diverse membership and progressive nature make it an industry leader as the place to do business. NTA consistently seeks innovations for the services and business tools it provides to members, and the leadership keeps its fingers on the pulse of the ever-changing world. In turn, NTA members are some of the most creative in the dynamic travel industry. NTA membership represents 35 countries, and tour and travel packagers of all types, including a group, independent, student, and more. To learn more, please visit


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