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- Rudy Maxa Contributing editor, National Geographic Traveler; Originator of Marketplace's "The Savvy Traveler"; most recently, host of "Rudy Maxa's World"
- Keith Alexander Business travel reporter, "Business Class" for The Washington Post
- Eugene Laney Director of Information and Legislative Services, National Business Travel Association
- Bill Maloney Executive Vice President and CEO, American Society of Travel Agents
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