The 2020 Chicago Seminars are officially happening!
Like many events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a bunch of changes to this year’s get-together.
It takes place online, is only three hours long (as opposed to the usual three days), and is only $11. And it has a snazzy title: the “Chicago Seminars 2020 Variety Show”!
One thing is the same, though: proceeds from event registration go to charity.
When is the 2020 Chicago Seminars?
The 2020 Chicago Seminars live stream begins at 11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific on Saturday, October 17. If you can’t make that date or time, the event will be available for replay. (As part of your $11 registration fee.)
Who is Speaking?
Rapid Travel Chai’s Stefan Krakowski is organizing and hosting the shindig.
Taking part are a slate of folks such as:
- Dia Adams
- Thomas Carnevale
- Shawn Coomer & Mark Ostermann
- Zachary Finkelstein
- Tiffany Funk
- Dave Homyak
- Matthew Klint
- Henning Mente
- Marty Paz & JJ Todd
- Howie Rappaport
- Nick Reyes & Stephen Pepper
- Jamal Robinson
What are the Charities?
- Airline Ambassadors International
- Captain Jason Dahl Scholarship Fund
- Semper Fi Fund
Where Can You Register for the Chicago Seminars?
Here’s the event’s registration page.
Save with Chase Freedom (and Flex) with PayPal!
You can pay your registration fee with a debit card (but why would you do that?), credit card, or PayPal.
Keep in mind that PayPal is one this quarter’s Chase Freedom and Chase Freedom Flex℠ 5% bonus cashback categories. You’ll only get 55 cents worth of Ultimate Rewards points — but every little bit counts! 🙂
I always look forward to the Chicago Seminars. Many of us are disappointed the event can’t take place in person — nor would it probably be safe for all of us to attend a crowded conference. But it’s great Stefan found a way to bring the event online — and line up a great bunch of “variety show” participants. 😉
Will you attend this year’s virtual event?
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