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Travel Classics West 2010 at Royal Palms Resort and Spa
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August 12, 2010

Travel Classics Writers Conferences, Scottsdale, Arizona - October 28-31, 2010

There's no better way to stay in the loop of major magazine markets, as you enhance your career with great writing assignments. Travel Classics is unlike any other conference on Earth.

Conference and accommodations fees include:

Presentations and workshops with up to 16 top editors
No more than 40 writers
One-on-one consultations with guest editors
3 nights accommodations at the Royal Palms
Meals for all three days
Customized pre- and post-conference tours

Guest Editors:

Jennifer Murphy - Food & Wine
Mark Orwoll - Travel + Leisure
Maria Wakem - Spa
Darren Frei - Sherman's Travel
Janet Lee - Shape
Amy Alipio - Natl Geographic Traveler
Patti Verbanas - Health + Beauty
JD Rinne - Budget Travel
Jennifer Ryan - Robb Report
Dana Dickey - Bon Appetit
Abe Streep - Outside Magazine
Jeff Ficker - Arrive and Ritz-Carlton
Robert Stieve - Arizona Highways

...and more to come

Registration for Qualified Writers: There are two fees: a conference fee, and a hotel fee. The conference fee is $725 ($625 for the Early Bird rate, good thru August 15.) A $325 deposit is required at the time of registration (complete payment must be received by August 15 for the Early Bird rate). Accommodations rate at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa is $125 per night (3 consecutive nights: Oct, 28, 29, 30), plus taxes and a resort fee of $25 per night. All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) are included in the conference and hotel fees.

Royal Palms Resort and Spa:

Located at the foot of Camelback Mountain, the Royal Palms combines the graciousness and sophistication of a Mediterranean villa with the intimacy and privacy of a secluded retreat. Guests enter the resort through a driveway lined with regal palm trees and are greeted by a 250-year-old fountain in the circular porte cochere. Originally built in 1929 as a summer retreat for Cunard Steamship executive and financier Delos Cooke, the resort underwent a multimillion dollar restoration, re-opening in the summer of 1997. More about Royal Palms and Spa.

Register Now for Travel Classics West 2010 in Arizona

Contact Maren Rudolph at maren(at) for more information.

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