Agents can win prizes and connect at Hablo event

Agents can win prizes and connect at Hablo event

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Travel agents are invited to the first of a series of events being organised by Hablo, the platform that connects destinations, travel agents, tour operators, airlines, hotel groups and other travel industry brands.

Titled ‘Hablo Unplugged’, the inaugural event takes place in London on July 4, with Selling Travel the official trade media partner.

“We’re super-excited to launch our new ‘Hablo Unplugged’ VIP reward events where agents can network with our amazing sponsors,” said Russel Meara, Hablo’s Managing Director.

“They will be able to find out all their latest updates, while enjoying an evening of live music and entertainment. We have some great prizes lined up, including Brand USA goody bags right up to a VIP trip to Las Vegas courtesy of JetBlue and Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.”

Sponsors for the event, which coincides with Independence Day in the U.S., include tourist boards from Nashville, Las Vegas, Austin, Fredericksburg, Santa Monica, Nevada, Lake Tahoe and Puerto Rico, plus Virgin Hotels, Cambridge Beaches (Bermuda) and Grand Canyon Group, whose companies include Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters and Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines.

The July 4 event, which runs from 18.00 ‘until late’, takes place at Old Street Records 350-354 Old Street EC1V 9NQ.

Agents can register to attend by logging into their Hablo account and visiting the events tab on the Hablo organisation page or by registering at the following link –

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