SALEM, Ohio — Visit Topeka will be the host of the African American Travel Conference (AATConf/AATC) 2022 and is inviting travel planners from across the country to visit Topeka, Kansas, to discover the tourism diversity the city has to offer.
“Topeka is such a group-travel-friendly city, and we are excited to showcase it to our delegates of AATConf,” said Kacie Honeywell, the conference’s delegate manager. AATConf is the nation’s leading organization focusing on diversity in the group travel industry. The conference brings together travel planners of diversity groups for three days to discover the host city, network with travel planners from across the country and meet with travel industry delegates representing hotels, museums and cruise lines.
Attendees of AATConf 2022 will also enjoy extensive local sightseeing in Topeka so that they can plan future group tours to the city.
“We have a lot of fun at AATC, but group travel is a lot of fun,” said Honeywell.
The event will be headquartered at Topeka’s Capital Plaza Hotel, located in the exciting downtown district.
In its 28th year, AATC has helped thousands of travel groups connect with destinations, operators, hotels and sightseeing attractions to create quality tours. AATConf 22 is shaping up to be no exception, with travel planners from 25 states expected to attend, along with more than 150 travel industry delegates.
AATConference will be held April 12-14, at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Topeka. Registration to the three-day event includes lodging, meals, sightseeing, seminars and the marketplace for $95 per person. To qualify for registration, please call Kacie Honeywell at 800-628-0992 or email@example.com.