Old Feb 19, 11, 7:48 pm
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Frequent Traveler University-NYC April 30th, 2011 (EVENT IS NOW FULL)

Save the Date! Registration and hotel booking will open soon.

The Frequent Traveler Education Foundation is proud to announce the first session of the 2011 Frequent Traveler University.

Frequent Traveler University (FTU) will take place at the Sheraton Laguardia East Hotel on April 30th, 2011.

What to Expect:

Confirmed seminars conducted by:

Randy Petersen

Gary Leff



Steve Belkin(Beaubo)

Some tidbits about the upcoming seminars:
* Flying nonstop can sometimes be nonsense...learn to maximize mileage earning
* Airline programs across the pond could be better than the ones across town...learn who really values your loyalty
* Converting your mileage award request from 'no!' to 'no problem'...learn the art of redeeming miles
* Wallet-sized precious metals...learn why platinum and gold are paved with travel riches

We should have more information shortly on the subject of each seminar.

What's Included:

Friday evening cocktail reception (Free Drinks!)

Breakfast, lunch and snacks on Saturday

A full day of seminars with some of the frequent travel community's best minds!

How Much:

$49 gets you free drinks, a full day of seminars and meals!

Rooms are available at the Sheraton Laguardia East Hotel on Friday and Saturday night for $149. The room block is very limited, so book early. The hotel has less than 200 rooms total, so it will fill up.

We are also limited to 350 spots for the seminars. It is highly likely this event will fill up as well.

For now, please post your interest for seminar attendance in this thread AND also indicate if you will be reserving a hotel room at the Sheraton for Friday night.

We will limit the interest list to 300 for right now until registration opens up, then fill the last 50 spots.

PMs with questions are welcome.
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