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Bed and Breakfast Ambassador for travel conference

Press Release

14 June 2006

Pamela Lanier, America’s Bed and Breakfast Ambassador, will be arriving in Auckland to be the keynote speaker for the opening ceremonies at this year’s @home New Zealand travel conference June 23rd, 24th & 25th in Takapuna, Auckland.

Pamela Lanier is the author of The Complete Guide to Bed & Breakfasts, Inns and Guesthouses International (currently in its 23rd annual edition with over 2.5 million copies sold) and host of the Yahoo! Gold Star top award-winning web site, TravelGuideS.com, and the #1 rated bed and breakfast site, LanierBB.com. Since founding BBIGI, in 1982 it has become the largest membership organization dedicated to advertising and marketing member inns and promoting the spirit of hospitality worldwide.

Pamela and her daughter will be touring the islands extensively. She is preparing for a series of articles on New Zealand based on demand from our UK and USA customers. “In order to make a successful business out of innkeeping, you must continuously and creatively market your inn on many different levels and in many places.” said Pamela Lanier.

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