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Major U.S. Buyers sign up to tap into international meetings facilities

ibtm america has recently confirmed the attendance of a number of major regional Hosted Buyers signed up to attend from leading U.S. companies including 5A Incentive Planners, A-Cross Medicine Reviews, American Coal Council, Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited, Leslie's Poolmart Inc. and Event Spectrum Inc.

Further regional buyers confirmed to attend the show will represent some of the leading associations across the US including; Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, International Union of Police Associations, AFL-CIO, National Air Traffic Controllers Association and National Association of African American Studies and Affiliates.  

Lori Cassidy, Director of Global Corporate, Incentive & Charter Sales Royal Caribbean International comments, “Royal Caribbean International, the leader in cruise line innovation, is thrilled to be attending the 2015 IBTM America event in Chicago.  Our brand is focused on growing corporate meeting and incentive business onboard our fleet of 22 magnificent "floating resorts" and thru events such as ibtm america, we are able to share with the meeting planning community the wide breadth of products we have available to accommodate their meeting and/or incentive program requirements throughout the globe.   

“Attending ibtm america allows us the opportunity to achieve our goals of developing new long lasting partnerships and to increase awareness with buyers surrounding conducting events at sea. We look forward to the new, more intimate format of ibtm america and are confident the event will be a great success.”   

The new show format will accommodate 250 suppliers who will meet with 250 carefully selected planners in the US and international MICE industry on a 1:1 ratio.

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