USA and European Incentive Buyers Apply to Attend MITM Latin America in Guadalajara, Mexico

. October 14, 2008

MEXICO CITY, Mexico, July 27, 2005. More than two hundred incentive and conference organizers from the USA and Europe -Germany, UK, France, Italy, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Scandinavian, Holland, Switzerland, ...- have applied to register to attend the sixth edition of MITM Latin America, Meetings and Incentive Trade Market, in Guadalajara, Mexico, next October 24th to 26th.

About 100 of these incentive and congress buyers will be in Guadalajara and participate in pre-MITM tours of Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta and Mexico's Colonial Cities to include Queretero, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Morelia, Patzcuaro and Guadalajara.

A social program will complement the one full day travel trade mart to include a local guide city tour of Guadalajara, a welcome reception at the Jalisco Government Palace sponsored by the City, an Ecuadorian lunch presentation at the trade mart presented by the City of Ecuador -next year MITM's venue- and a closing dinner at Los Angeles Patio.

MITM hosted buyers are corporate incentive travel and meetings end-users, incentive houses, incentive travel agencies, meeting planners, events agencies, association executives, conferences organizers, marketing companies.

MITM Latin America is the first incentives, meetings and events trade fair ever held in Latin America and Caribbean, six years of continuing success makes MITM the most prestigious incentive and conference trade event in Latin America and the Caribbean, G.S.A.R. Marketing claims. By changing venue yearly, MITM promotes all Latin America instead of a one particular Latin America nation.

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