LGBT tourism outreach? You got to read this and participate…

September 23, 2017 | By - | Filed in: Feature Releases.

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LGBT travel is no longer “alternative.” Over 75 leading destinations and most major hotel chains actively market to the LGBT community.

LGBT tourism and hospitality represents about 10% of the U.S. travel industry but is still often overlooked by travel suppliers.

LGBTs travel far more often and spend more per trip and per year than their general market counterparts.

Over 80% of LGBT travelers hold a valid passport (compared to about 45% of general population), and they travel globally.

LGBTs are loyal to travel destinations and suppliers who actively outreach to them; they spend more and stay longer.

LGBT travel remains more stable in economic downturns than general market travel.

Segments within LGBT present market share growth opportunities, such as lesbians, families, grandparents, etc.

eTN together with the eTN publication  is a proud partner at the upcoming 18th LGBT Tourism & Hospitality Conference on  November 1-3, 2017 at Park Central Hotel, San Francisco.
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Travel and tourism suppliers, destinations and anyone interested in learning more about outreach opportunities to the LGBT traveler, anyone wanting to meet the eTN team should attend this important and educational event.

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In addition get a $445.00one time promotional discount on  programs to promote your company as welcoming provider to the LGBT travel community.  This makes your participation at this upcoming conference free.

Learn more about LGBT travel by downloading Community Marketing & Insights’ (CMI) 21st Annual LGBT Tourism & Hospitality Survey report, free of charge compliments of eTN – click here

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