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SKI TRADE EXCHANGE PROVES POPULAR

 SKI TRADE EXCHANGE PROVES POPULAR
 DENVER, March 16 /PRNewswire / -- Despite the lingering recession,


or perhaps because of it, ski industry buyers and suppliers are turning out in record numbers for the 1992 Ski Trade Exchange being held April 1 at the new Embassy Suites Resort in South Lake Tahoe. The Ski Trade Exchange offers up to 25 pre-scheduled meetings between tour operators/travel agents who "buy" and package ski vacations for their customers, and the resorts, hotels, and transportation companies who "supply" vacation components.
 "Suppliers appear eager to work more closely with travel agents and tour operators to get their products in front of skiers," summarized Ralf Garrison, symposium producer. "Most resorts who are aggressive players are represented," he concluded.
 The 1992 Ski Trade Exchange has attracted over 100 companies by its Feb. 28 pre-registration deadline, and will continue to accept late registrations and walk-ups until 7:00 p.m. March 31.
 The 1992 Ski Trade Exchange is being held in conjunction with the 17th Annual Ski & Travel Symposium, two days of meetings and workshops that attract ski industry leaders who will attempt to recap the waning season and lay out plans for the future.
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 /CONTACT: Ralf Garrison, 303-733-1117, for the Symposium/ CO: 1991 Ski Trade Exchange; Annual Ski & Travel Symposium ST: Colorado IN: LEI SU:


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