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Meet the FM team in Chicago and/or Ann Arbor

Nick and I had a great time meeting points & miles enthusiasts and presenting at FTU (Frequent Traveler University) Minneapolis a couple of weeks ago.  Personally I always love opportunities to meet others in this game.  Also, meeting other enthusiasts is the single best way to learn secrets that no one blogs about.  It’s not at all a stretch to say that I’ve learned new tricks from attendees at every event like this I’ve attended. …

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Presenting at TravelCon II. See you in Vegas? Dallas? Chicago? Newport Beach?


Travel Summary recently announced a new TravelCon to be held November 7th in Las Vegas.  Apparently the prior TravelCon OC was a hit, so they’ve scheduled another one.  In TravelCon OC, I was erroneously listed as a speaker (I was supposed to be listed as tentative).  I wasn’t able to make it to that one.  This time, I will be there and I will give a talk, but I’m not currently listed as a speaker. …

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See you in Tampa? How about Chicago?

I will be presenting at two frequent traveler conferences this fall in quick succession.  First will be Frequent Traveler University (FTU) in Tampa, September 27-29.  Next will be the Chicago Seminars, October 11-13.  Will I see you at either one?  While these conferences are run by different people, they tend to be pretty similar.  In both cases, newcomers to the hobby learn many valuable tips and make friends who share their interests.  Those who’ve been…

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See you soon!

I thought I’d let everyone know about the frequent flyer related trips I have coming up.  Hopefully some of us can meet in person at one or more of these events: Kiva DO, San Francisco, March 9-11 Frequent Traveler University, Newark NJ, April 27-29 BlogWorld, NYC, June 5-7 Chicago Seminars, Chicago, Oct 12-14 It turns out that I’ll be speaking about Gift Card Churning at the Chicago Seminars!  As the event gets closer, I’ll write…

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