Susan Mydanick 


Thursday January 20, 2011 at 5:00 PM 
Monday January 24, 2011 at 7:00 AM 

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Navigator of the Seas
Port Everglades Administration Bldg. - 1850 Eller
Ft.Lauderdale, FL

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2011 SATH 14th Annual World Congress for Travelers with Disabilities and the Mature 

As the first and foremost conference exclusively for the travel market that caters to travelers with disabilities and the mature, SATH World Congress stands out!. Our conference goal is to bring about industry integration and participation while enhancing the facilities for all people for their travel irrespective of their age or abilities.  Exceptional content and unparalleled networking opportunities are some of the trademarks of our congress. It is a place to see and be seen. We bring you opportunities to learn basic skills to excel in setting up trips and executing them with superb expertise. We pave the way for you to use social media to its full extend to reap in the profits in times like the one we are living now.   

Do not miss out on the unique premier event for the travel, tourism and hospitality market. It is with great pride that we celebrate the 34th Anniversary of SATH!

Who should attend?

Everyone who is interested in the disability travel market 


Testimonials from our previous delegates


“We came home empowered to work!” Linda Marshall, CTC, Group Travel, Ticonderoga, NY

“What a wonderful conference, wonderful people, I really desire to serve, support and develop further with SATH.” Dawn Easton, Boynton Beach, FL

“Thanks for allowing us to be part of SATH. I enjoyed meeting everyone and learning so much about this very significant market.” Anna Fesmire, CTC, ICTA, Wellesley, MA

“We met some fantastic people and learned many interesting things…I have been to many conventions and trade shows but never have I come across so many caring and compassionate professionals at the same place and time.” Jackie Hull, Outta Sight Travel, Port St. Lucie, FL

Congress delegates                            Chris at our congress