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- Keith Bellows Editor-in-Chief, "National Geographic Traveler"
- Kasia Calzonetti Author of the weekly column "Going Places: Internet Travel" for the "San Diego Union-Tribune."
- Paul Ruden Senior Vice President of Legal and Industry Affairs, American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).
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