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Iberostar Resort Wedding Webinar: Sat, February 16, 2013 @ 9:00am PST

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Hello BDW Brides & Grooms,

 

BestDestinationWedding.com & Wright Travel Agency are excited to present a wedding webinar for Iberostar Hotels & Resorts.

 

Mariela Gomez from Iberostar Hotels & Resorts and a wedding coordinator, will be panelists and will give a presentation on "Planning Your Wedding at Iberostar Hotel & Resorts" as well as be on hand for a Q & A session.

 

Barbara Vong from Wright Travel Agency will also be a panelist to answer your travel questions about rates, group blocks vs. individual packages, etc.

 

This is a great opportunity for current Iberostar brides and grooms or those considering the venues for the wedding location to get your questions answered. 

 

If you attend the webinar you will get a complimentary bottle of wine delivered to your room (based upon availability and qualifications below).

 

To qualify for the amenity you must:

  • You book your wedding and group block at one of the The Iberostar with Wright Travel Agency by March 16th, 2013

 

New Weddings booked within 7 days of the webinar will get a bottle of wine delivered to their room AND an upgrade to their room. This is only for new weddings booked at an Iberostar Hotel and Resort booked through Wright Travel Agency.

 

For more information on Wright Travel Agency (with reviews), go to our insiders page.  

 

Other amenities may be available with your group block as well. 

 

Even if you do not book your wedding with Wright Travel you are welcome to join the webinar but may not qualify for any of the amenities we are giving out (your agent might be able to offer them to you).  We would love to have you participate and get your questions answered.

 

When you register for the webinar, it is important that you post as accurate information as possible.  We will use the registration and attendance list to verify who gets the extra amenities, gifts.

 

If you have any questions you want answered, post them in this thread so I can send them to the wedding department before the the webinar date.

 

Also, post in this thread as well if you are interested in joining just in case your registration does not go through.

 


 

 

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BDW Webinar: Iberostar Resorts
 
Join us for a Webinar on February 16
 
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Join us for a wedding webinar and meet the wedding team for Iberostar Hotels & Resorts.  We will cover how to plan your wedding at Iberostar and your best travel options as well hold a Q & A Session at the end of the presentations.
Title: BDW Webinar: Iberostar Resorts
Date: Saturday, February 16, 2013
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM PST
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I will be participating/watching!  I am very excited for this webinar.  One of the biggest questions for me is if we booked under the 2012 prices (we booked in Feb. 2012) for a 2013 wedding (ours is in May 2013), do we go off of the 2012 price list that we were given when we booked or is there new 2013 prices?  Iberostar Rose Hall Suites have not given me a clear answer on this.  

 

Thank you for having this webinar!!

 

Courtney

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I am also interested in this webinar and the 2013 prices. My best friends wedding will be in 2014 and we are considering Iberostar Rose Hall Suites. Excited to attend this webinar. 

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