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Canadian Resort Conference 2014 To Attract Diverse Audience

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The Canadian Resort Conference (CRC) is an annual conference hosted by Perspective Group on behalf of the Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA), a trade association dedicated to furthering the interests of the resort industry in Canada and throughout the world.

CRC 2014 will be held 23-24 September 2014 at Pantages, a Skyline Hotel, just steps away from Downtown Toronto’s art, entertainment and shopping districts, and is considered among the leading boutique hotels in the city.

Attracting delegates from The United States, Canada, Mexico, The Caribbean, and beyond, CRC 2014 will focus on all that the Canadian Resort marketplace has to offer for companies looking to expand into that market and insights into how to attract Canadian vacationers to other destination hotspots.

Session descriptions are slated to be released in a matter of days, and will include topics that will address the complexities of aging resorts and aging members, and preserving the traditional experience whilst adapting to changes in vacationing trends of younger generations. Other sessions will include pertinent issues affecting the state of the industry and updates from the Canadian Resort Development Association.

Speakers will include domestic and international resort developers and key industry vendors, bringing many fresh faces to the annual Canadian Resort Development Association event.

Full details of all sessions will be found at www.canadianresortconference.com as well as delegate registration information. There are also regular updates available at www.facebook.com/CanadianResortConference.

About CRDA

CRDA is an industry-based association that is dedicated to furthering the vacation ownership resort and leisure industries. It was founded over 30 years ago in response to the public’s demand for reliable information about timeshare products. Focus has since broadened to all aspects of shared ownership and the resort industry. For more information on membership and events visit www.crda.com

About Perspective Group

Perspective Group provides the vacation ownership industry’s most comprehensive, independent multi-media marketing and publishing services globally. Products and services range from intensive PR & Multimedia services such as INTUTION, a brand visibility service that includes custom content creation and distribution, social media monitoring, online marketing and brand reputation management, to the Perspective Magazine brand, which publishes the leading independent trade publication globally, as well as custom membership magazines for clients.

Perspective Group is a media sponsor of more than 30 industry events per year and participates on a number of trade association committees. They also host their own annual industry leader event, the Global Networking Expo (GNEX Conference), and Canadian Resort Conference (CRC) on behalf of the Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA). For further information please visit http://perspectivemagazine.com/services

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Company Name: Perspective North America LLC
Contact Person: Keisha
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Phone: 4077303565
Address:7380 W Sand Lake Road, Suite 500
City: Orlando
State: Florida
Country: United States
Website: http://www.perspectivemagazine.com

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