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Groups Today has been nominated for a 2017 American Group Travel Award (AGTA) in the "Best Travel Media Outlet" category.

AGTA recognizes the leading suppliers delivering outstanding services and group travel experiences in North America. Of the 22 categories presented, three are new this year, including "Best Travel Media Outlet." Each nominee was selected by a panel of travel and hospitality industry experts who made selections based on quality of services, experiences and customer satisfaction for group travelers.

"It's a true honor to be recognized among these outstanding publications," said Kasie Smith, President of Serendipity Media and Publisher of Groups Today. "For 15 years, we've been listening to our readers and responding with the best content we can provide. We couldn't be more pleased to be recognized for our work."

The fourth annual AGTA awards gala, hosted by documentary film producer and former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan, will take place November 13 in New York City.

Courtesy of Groups Today.


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