Clients and sales persons face each other in 12-minute chats about travel to various destinations.
Clients and sales persons face each other in 12-minute chats about travel to various destinations.

Held last week at The Broadmoor, The Go West Summit felt a little like speed dating. Except that the two parties seated at the tables were buying and selling tourism in the traditional sense. The sellers had 12 minutes to describe their city, state, attraction or service to the buyers. In a calm tone, an […]

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