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FORUM SCHEDULED FOR ATLANTA/FLORIDA CORPORATIONS ON GLOBALIZATION OF TRAVEL INDUSTRY & TRAVEL IN THE FUTURE

FORUM SCHEDULED FOR ATLANTA/FLORIDA CORPORATIONS ON GLOBALIZATION OF
 TRAVEL INDUSTRY & TRAVEL IN THE FUTURE
 A forum on international business travel for metro Atlanta and Florida corporations will be held at Atlanta's Swissotel, 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.., on Tuesday, Nov. 5. The forum will provide an opportunity for corporate participants to monitor their current domestic and international travel policies, and to develop strategies leading to tighter cost control and innovative management of their own travel programs. The media is invited.
 Topics to be covered include global economic and political trends, the future direction of travel, vendor developments, negotiating strategies, and the latest technological innovations. There will also be an open forum for discussing travel-related issues important to the audience.
 An outstanding panel of international experts includes:
 -- Mary Kay Dauria, first vice president of the National Business Travel Association (NBTA) and director of Worldwide Travel Services of American International in New York.
 -- Bob Funk, director of customer support for Covia in Atlanta and former chief operating officer for Galileo, international computer reservations service.
 -- Jeff Wilson, manager-International Market Support, Delta Air Lines in Atlanta.
 Sponsors of the forum are Carlson Travel Network, one of the world's largest travel management companies, Northwest Airlines, Budget Rent-a- Car and Swissotel. The media is invited to attend.
 CONTACT: Dexter Koehl of Carlson Travel Network, 612-449-2240/
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CO: Carlson Travel Network ST: Minnesota, Atlanta IN: LEI SU: DS -- MN003 -- 0706 11/04/91 11:39 EST
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