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REMINDER: Women in Travel Awards early bird ticket deal ends tomorrow!

Having announced the finalists for this year’s Women in Travel Awards and closed the nomination lines for the annual Power List, it’s time to get down to the logistics.

The first item on the agenda is the early bird ticket sale for the awards night, which happens to be ending tomorrow (Saturday 25 May) at 5pm (AEST).

So, whether you’re a finalist or planning to attend in support of the fabulous females in the travel industry, we highly suggest clicking HERE now to secure your spot for a very low price!

If for some reason you fail to nab yourself an early bird ticket to the Women in Travel Awards by tomorrow’s deadline, you’ll still have time to reserve your attendance, with full-price tickets on sale from 5pm (AEST) tomorrow.

This year, the Women in Travel Awards will be held on Thursday 20 June 2019 at Doltone House – Hyde Park in Sydney, with arrivals welcomed from 6:30pm for a 7:30pm start. For those keen to start planning their outfit for the event, the dress code is cocktail.

And for those who missed the finalists announcement earlier in the week, click here to see who’s in the running for a shiny gong.

Thanks once again to our wonderful sponsors (see below). We simply could not put this event on without you!

 

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