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12 December 2014

Attractions industry talks international business, celebrates year's best at TEA Summit March 19-20 in Anaheim, Calif.

Welby Altidor of Cirque du Soleil presents at
Thea Case Studies Day in 2014

The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA), the international, non-profit alliance for the makers of compelling places and experiences worldwide, presents the annual TEA industry Summit, March 19-20 at Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, Calif.

Tickets for the TEA Summit are now on sale and early registration rates are in effect through Jan 31, 2015.

Special hotel room rates and discounted theme park tickets are also available now.

Looking for tickets to the Thea Awards Gala on March 21? Click here.

TEA president
Steve Birket
invites attractions industry
professionals to attend
the annual TEA Summit

About TEA and the TEA Summit
The TEA (Themed Entertainment Association) is an international nonprofit alliance founded in 1991 and based in Burbank, Calif. Some 1,000 TEA members represent roughly 8,000 creative specialists, from architects to designers, technical specialists to master planners, scenic fabricators to artists, and builders to feasibility analysts working in 30 US states and 40 different countries. TEA president is Steve Birket of Birket Engineering. 

The annual TEA Summit March 19-20, followed by the Thea Awards Gala on March 21, are vital business networking and professional development gatherings that look at where the unique visitor attractions industry is headed - and celebrate and document the best recent examples and achievements. 

 

  • Christine Kerr

    TEA Summit Day One (March 19) discusses business, economics, markets and other key areas of current interest for professionals in the international visitor attractions industry. Co-chairs of Summit Day One are TEA immediate past president Christine Kerr of BaAM Productions and Ann Hathaway.

  • Thea Case Studies Day (March 20) brings together the 2015 Thea Award recipients to share insights and issues critical to the success of their projects. Co-chairs of Thea Case Studies Day are TEA past president Roberta Perry of ETI and Pat MacKay of Ones&ZerosMedia.

Ann Hathaway

MORE DETAILS - Click here for 2015 TEA Summit & Thea Awards overview

 

 

 

Roberta Perry

SOCIAL MEDIA

SPONSORSHIP

Pat MacKay

Interested in sponsoring these events? There are many options available. Contact TEA COO Jennie Nevin, [email protected].

MEDIA RELATIONS

Members of the press: There are some seats available for media to attend. Contact Judith Rubin, [email protected].

 

 

 

Posted by Judy Rubin

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