It isn’t the first time the group has travelled a considerable distance for its annual meeting (The group has met in San Antonio, Tex. Honolulu, Hawaii and twice to the Bahamas) but it is the first time in more than two decades.
ATA has not formally opened the meeting registration as details are being worked out, but those planning to attend can go ahead to reserve hotel accommodations immediately.
“We encourage those planning to attend to go ahead and make room reservations as soon as possible,” said Convention Chairman Gary Bond. “We have secured a significant room block for our meeting but because Las Vegas is such a popular destination, we do expect rooms to sell out quickly. Even if you are just thinking about attending, locking in your reservations for the weekend is a very good idea. It’s never too early to plan for Las Vegas.”