TravelMasters, a member of member of Travel Leaders Network, recently announced it joined with more than 2,100 travel industry leaders for the EDGE: Educate, Discover, Gather, Evolve International Conference in National Harbor, Md. The conference was hosted by Travel Leaders Network, one of North America’s largest retail travel agency organizations.

The invitation to this major travel industry convention, allowed two attending travel professionals Sally Killoran and Adria Oliver to gain exclusive access to high-caliber educational offerings and relationship-building opportunities with top travel industry experts – that will enhance the level of service and expertise they deliver to travelers in the greater Wickenburg area, according to a TravelMasters media release.

“The EDGE conference enabled me to connect one-on-one with an incredible array of travel industry suppliers and executives to discover even more about what we can provide to our clients as we tailor each trip to their specific needs,” said Killoran. “Attendance at this major event helps us in our continued mission to ensure our Wickenburg business and leisure travel clients are expertly served from the beginning of their journey until they return home.”

Workshops during the conference ranged from topics such as honeymoon and destination wedding travel, best practices for keeping travelers safe, new trends in wellness and luxury travel, and upgrading cruise experiences and amenities. There was also a sold-out trade show and supplier training with exhibitors spanning a wide array of companies, including cruise lines, hotels, rental car and transportation companies to tourism boards, visitors’ bureaus and tour operators.

“As a result of these networking and learning opportunities, I am ever more confident we will continue to excel in providing local residents with our specialized and expert travel counsel, including the areas of – River Cruises, Adventure Travel and Multi-generational travel,” said Killoran.

“We have been serving travelers in the Wickenburg area for almost 35 years and look forward to continuing to provide our guidance and expertise when it comes to their business and vacation travel.”

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