SEE YOU IN KANSAS CITY, KANSAS!
June 8 – 10, 2023
We’re excited to announce that in 2023 the Midwest Travel Network Conference will be hosted by Visit Kansas City, Kansas!
Kansas City, Kansas offers a wide variety of activities and entertainment for people of all ages. Whether you’re looking for shopping, sports, events, or dining and nightlife, there’s something for everyone!
History buffs have a wealth of opportunities in Kansas City, Kansas. Come see one of the nation’s remaining Native-American dugout canoes at the Wyandotte County Museum or retrace the steps of Lewis & Clark at Kaw Point Park.
If heart thumping action is your kind of excitement don’t miss NASCAR racing action at Kansas Speedway, or major league soccer team Sporting KC and challenging golf courses, we’ll have you at the edge of your seat. Family fun is just around the corner at Great Wolf Lodge and Moon Marble.
For the fourth year, the Midwest Travel Network is proud to present a conference that brings together both sides of the Midwest tourism industry. The Midwest Travel Network Conference offers acclaimed speakers and learning opportunities for both Midwest bloggers and destinations alike. In addition, this is a valuable networking conference for all involved in promoting tourism to the Midwest.
Meet Our Speakers
Learn more about the bloggers, destinations and industry professionals speaking at the conference.
Explore Kansas City, KS
Discover all of the incredible things there are to see, do, eat and enjoy in Kansas City, Kansas.
See the Sponsors
Get to know the organizations, destinations and brands sponsoring this year’s conference.
WILL WE SEE YOU THERE?
Purchase your attendee ticket today to join us for the 2023 Midwest Travel Network Conference in Kansas City, KS.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Opening Session will begin about 12 p.m. on Thursday, June 8.
Closing Session will end around noon on Saturday, June 10.
All sessions will be held at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, KS. It’s about 6 blocks, 10-15 minute walk, from the Hilton Garden Inn.
The closest airport is Kansas City International Airport, approximately 20 minutes from the conference hotel, Hilton Garden Inn.
There are Uber, Lyft and taxi options at the Kansas City International Airport as well as rental car services. For more information about airport shuttles or additional transportation options, click here.
Yes. For a $15 administration fee, you may transfer the ticket. However, tickets are not refundable. In order to transfer your ticket, simply log into your Eventbrite account and change your name and email address to the new ticket holder’s name and address. They will then be able to log in and update any other important information. Tickets may only be transferred up to 2 weeks before the conference.
No refunds will be allowed for this event.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR?
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT #MWTRAVELCON
Emily Bertram who attended the 2018 conference in Iowa came back raving about this event. We have seen such a great ROI from this conference and travel bloggers interested in visiting St. Cloud.
I loved the intimate setting. A smaller conference makes it easy to connect with people; I never felt lost in the crowd. The quality of the speakers was excellent and took home plenty of inspiration. It was my first time at the conference and I will be back.
Attending the 2018 Midwest Travel Network Conference was one of the best investments I’ve ever made in my career as a travel blogger. I really appreciated the chance to connect with fellow travel bloggers — some of whom I’ve been following online for years online and chatting with via the Facebook group. In addition, conference organizers Sara Broers and Lisa Trudell did an excellent job of working with the local CVB to highlight the conference destination of Clear Lake, IA including catering delicious local food and coordinating a fascinating tour of the historic conference venue (the Surf Ballroom).
It was a great way to network and to hear ideas to grow travel in the midwest.
I thought it was a great conference – full of good people for networking and informative sessions.