Travel Shows

My most recent travel show was the NY Times Travel Show in January, 2014.

  • Stay tuned for details on the 2015 show which promises to be bigger and better than ever.

On January 6,2013, I spoke at the American Bus Association’s annual convention.

On November 2, 2012, I spoke at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University.

September 29 & 30, I spoke at the San Francisco Travel Show

In July 2012, I spoke at the 5th Annual Conference on LGBT Tourism and Marketing hosted by GNetwork360.

In March 2012, I spoke at the Discover New England Travel Summit, presenting two panels on LGBT Tourism Marketing. If you’d like to download a PDF version of the presentation, click on the link below.

In 2012, I have spoken or am planning on speaking at the following travel shows in collaboration with the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA). As I get more details about each show, I will share them here, including discount or free coupons, so check back later. Meantime, be sure to follow me on Twitter @EdSalvato.



In 2011 I spoke at the following travel shows. For information, please click on the hot-linked travel show below.

Philadelphia Inquirer Travel Show, Philadelphia, PA, January 22-23, 2011

Boston Globe Travel Show, Boston, Massachusetts, February 11-12, 2011 (Travel trade only; sorry, no consumers)

IvyQ Conference, panel on gay travel and travel writing, Saturday February 19, 2011

New York Times Travel Show, New York, NY, February 25-26, 2011


The following are the gay micro-sites of the destination’s official tourism sites:

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26 02 2012

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