E-Tourism Summit 2009 – San Francisco or New York


Thanks for voting, the poll has closed. It’s NYC by a nose…



According to most, this year’s E-Tourism Summit 2008 was not only a success, but also one of the highlights of the online marketing conference calendar.  With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that several of you have searched for various keywords such as ‘E-Tourism Summit 2009’ or ‘where is the 2009 E-Tourism Summit.’  In the interest of setting your calendar and travel dates for 2009, we need your help to determine a location for next year’s conference.

San Francisco or New York?

Let’s breakdown the options:

San Francisco: The unofficial home of the E-Tourism Summit and the NAJ Group, as well as the host for the 2008 edition of the conference.  Mild weather, great food and close proximity to some of the best interactive minds in the country.

New York: The unofficial capital of everything and an east coast location for the E-Tourism Summit, a plus for our friends back East.  Cooler weather in the fall, more great food and access to numerous Fortune 500 companies.

Which city would get your vote?  Pick your selection by using the poll option above.

Thanks for voting, we will see you in San Francisco…or New York.

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3 responses to “E-Tourism Summit 2009 – San Francisco or New York

  1. I highly suggest and vote for Reno, Nv. A great destination for both convention space, and lots to do at night.

    Not to mention the great room rates on 3 and 4 diamond resorts.

    Everyone, vote Reno-Tahoe!!!

  2. Chris M.

    I wouldn’t go to either city. Pick a place more reasonable to travel to.

  3. activeamerica

    Thank you, Chris. Since we restrict attendance to maximize networking and alliance-building, we need to hold the event in a City that is easily accessible to speakers. Thanks for you comments.

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