The 16th annual Los Angeles Times Travel Show, is excited to return to the Los Angeles Convention Center Jan 17-19, 2014.
The three-day event includes a dedicated Industry Conference for Trade Professionals and features hundreds of exhibitors, panels with leading travel experts, cooking demonstrations, unique interactive experiences, entertainment and travel choices, making it the Los Angeles Times Travel Show the must-attend Southern California travel event of the year for travel enthusiasts and professionals.
This is the only travel show supported by the leading travel organizations including: ASTA, ARTA, ATA, APTA, ATTA, NACTA, CTA, CCTO, Visit California, Signature Travel Network, Ensemble Travel, Vacation.com, TravelSavers, Cruise Planners, PATA, CTO, IGLTA, Rand McNally and SATW, Travalliance.
John Severini, President and CEO of the California Travel Association, commented on the event last year, “The Los Angeles Times Travel Show and industry conference created an important forum linking organizations, suppliers and the entire trade together to share valuable information – one place, one time, one event. This event was a big success.”
Los Angeles Times Travel Show FAQ
- The Los Angeles Times in NOT affiliated with the Long Beach event
- The 25-mile radius around the L.A. Convention Center encompasses 6.2 million people with an estimated $4.5 billion in travel spending power
- When you participate in the 2014 Los Angeles Times Travel Show, you'll benefit from a $2+ million media campaign
- With our reach of over 8.4 million people, no individual media outlet - TV, radio, magazine - can come close to delivering the audience of the Los Angeles Times Media Group and KTLA
- The Los Angeles Times Travel Show is the only travel show supported by the award-winning Los Angeles Times and leading travel industry organizations
Why exposure in the Los Angeles travel market is critical:
- Los Angeles is the 2nd largest Travel Market in the country
- $4.8 billion was spent on airfare in the Los Angeles market in 2009, a 26%year-to-year increase despite an economic downturn
- Adults in Los Angeles are 63% more likely to spend $6,000+ on a foreign vacation than the average adult in the U.S.
- Los Angeles spends 56% more on airfare than the national average
- Angelenos spent:
• $3 billion on out-of-town lodging
• $3 billion on out-of-town entertainment
• $309 million on travel items
How do I sign up now?
- Contact Cyndie Gardner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-622-1710
Travel Show 2013
Travel Show 2012