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Who Do You Want to See?

We're searching for travel planners to feature in upcoming issues of Groups Today magazine! Who do you want to read about? Who do you find inspiring or innovative? Take a moment and nominate a planner with a story you want Groups Today to cover.

To nominate a planner, please send the following information with the subject line Groups Today Planner Nominee to staff writer Cassie Westrate: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

1. Name and title
2. Company
3. Why are you nominating this planner? What is he or she doing that's innovative?

If available, please also include contact information for the planner you're nominating.


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