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As you gear up for the travel show season, making appointments and deciding with whom you wish to spend your precious networking time, consider catching up with Groups Today's Next Gens, recognized in our January/February 2015 edition: Rebekka Betts, Fowler Black, Ali Brewer, Nicholas Faranda, Roger Dudley, Allison French, Matt Luckett, Declan Rutan, Robert Miller, Esq., and Daniel Stuby.

To learn more about these rising stars, click here to access the digital edition of Groups Today magazine that features these young leaders and their accomplishments.

To nominate a Next Gen for the January 2016 issue of Groups Today, click here. Nominations are open through October 30.

 


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