TRAFFIC Las Vegas Dates Announced

The TRAFFIC conference will be coming back to Las Vegas after a brief hiatus. Rick Schwartz announced that the conference will be held  Wednesday May 29 through Saturday, June 1, 2013 at the Bellagio Hotel.  Tickets will go on sale for the conference on October 9, and the early bird price will be $995. Early bird pricing will only last until the end of October.

It was also announced that the conference will take place in Las Vegas for at least the next two years.

I am sure there will be a hotel special at the Bellagio (the current rate is $212/night on average for the conference). If you prefer to stay elsewhere, five star hotels such as the Vdara and Trump International are currently priced at $159/night via Steve Wynn’s Encore is only $274/night right now.

Las Vegas is one of my favorite cities and there are plenty of things to do there and some great places to eat. Hopefully the turnout will be strong.

Elliot Silver
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  1. You can stay for free in Vegas if you can fall asleep at a slot machine.

    The ability to sleep in a sitting position and a cheap pair of sunglasses is all you need

  2. LOL. I highly doubt the people going to the convention will need to sleep for free at Vegas when the conference fee is $1000 by itself.


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