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15 February 2018

TEA Summit co-chairs talk about the 2018 event

Want an idea of what to expect from the 2018 TEA Summit, April 5-6 at Disneyland Resort? InPark asked asked each of the conference chairs to share a taste of what makes the TEA Summit special.

  • TEA past president Roberta Perry (pictured at top) shared five key networking tips. 
  • TEA past president Christiine Kerr talked about Thea lifetime honoree Phil Hettema and other highlights of Summit Day One (April 5).
  • Kile Ozier and TEA past president Steve Birket shared information about the popular "Elephants in the Room" segment.
  • TEA service award honoree Pat MacKay talked about why Summit Day Two: Thea Case Studies Day (April 6) is an essential educational resource for the global industry in its showcase of the 2018 Thea Award recipients.
  • TEA International Board member Joanna del Moral is excited about the presentation from Thea Classic recipient Cedar Point.

Click here to see the full article published by InPark, "Lessons of Collaboration."

Click here for TEA Summit tickets and more information

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