Speakers Announced For The TNT Sun & Snow Travel Show
An exciting line-up of speakers has been announced for the TNT Sun & Snow Travel Show on Saturday 15 October 2011. Taking place at the QEII Centre in Westminster, the seminars provide advice from leading travel organisations and publications.
The travel seminar line-up includes:
By Gabriel Finn & Joe Wynne, Paddywagon
10.45 Guidebook Writing And Tales From Columbia
By Anna Marie Espsäter, Freelance Travel and Guidebook Writer
11.30 Winter Breaks In Europe For Under £150
By Laura Lindsey, Lonely Planet
12.15 Twitter, Blogging And The Best Way For Travellers To Make Money
By Grant Martin, Gadling/Huffington Post, Chicago
13.00 Top 10 Hotspots For 2012 (Up-And-Coming Destinations)
By Pat Riddell and Maria Pieri, National Geographic Traveller
13.45 The World’s Top 10 Excursions...
By Charlie O’Connell & Steve McPhilemy, Day Tours World
14.30 Living In Egypt
By Andy Henderson, On the Go Tours
15.15 India and Nepal Without A Backpack
By Ralph Foulds, Encounters Travel
16.00 How To Make A Living As A Ski And Snowboard Travel Writer
By Sean Newsom, Founding Editor of welove2ski.com & Travel Writer
16.45 How To Write For TNT Magazine
By Carol Driver, Editor, TNT Magazine
London's only free travel exhibition during the winter season, the TNT Sun & Snow Travel Show is dedicated to travellers aged between 18 and 39 and showcases sun, snow and adventure travel alternatives during the winter months and into 2012. It's also the best place to seek advice on travel destinations in the UK, Europe and across the globe and to book bargain trips. Exhibitors offer amazing discounts and one-off deals that are only available on the day.
Entry is FREE for those who pre-register online or just £2 payable at the door. To book and for more information on the speakers visit http://www.tnttravelshow.com.
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