Realizing Potential on LGBT Travel | United States | Great article by journalist and editor Geri Bain in ASTA’s Magazine – American Society of Travel Agents – on LGBT Travel entitled … ” Realizing Potential…” Thank you for including my comments …” Agents new to the market, can work with reputable LGBT suppliers to establish win/win synergies, jus as we do for any other market…”
ASTA – American Society of Travel Agents – is the world’s largest association of travel professionals. The mission of ASTA and its affiliated organizations is to facilitate the business of selling travel through effective representation, shared knowledge and the enhancement of professionalism. (More info www.asta.org). CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends
Les Clefs d’Or Canada feature Carlos Melia | Toronto, Canada | On the last issue of Les Clefs d’Or Newsletter Canada, I – Carlos Melia, was featured as the person who is assisting, this traditional and well renown organization which gathers the ELITE of Concierges worldwide, to transition to new and future technologies, means of communication and networking. Facebook, Twitter and Blog for Les Clefs d’Or International.
…” Virginia Casale also met with Carlos Melia to discuss our new Les Clefs d’Or Blog, Facebook, Twitter and future aspects of our networking and communications…” by Les Clefs d’Or Canada.
Aside from being a Travel Agent, I do Tourism Marketing Consultancy and Social Marketing for multiple companies and organizations. If you are a Hotel, Destination, or other Travel related business looking to have your services promoted and exposed, do not hesitate to Contact Me at any time. CM
TANNAT the Uruguayan Grape ? | Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay | Tannat is a red wine grape, historically grown in South West France in the Madiran AOC and is now one of the most prominent grapes in Uruguay, where it is considered the “national grape”. It is also grown in Argentina, Australia, Brazil and in Italy’s Puglia region where it is used as a blending grape.Tannat wines produced in Uruguay are usually quite different in character from Madiran wines, being lighter in body and lower in tannins. It is also used to make Armagnac and full bodiedrosé. In France, efforts to solve the harsh tannic nature of the grape lead to the development of the winemaking technique known as micro-oxygenation. Continue reading TANNAT the Uruguayan Grape ?