Selina Scott to speak at AWTE Christmas lunch







Journalist, producer, presenter and anchorwoman Selina Scott is the keynote speaker at this year-ªs Association of Women Travel Executives Christmas Lunch.

Members and non-members, including men, are invited to the lunch on 6 December at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington.

During the proceedings, special awards will presented to two outstanding women in the industry.

The headline sponsor for the event is Dubai Tourism and this year's nominated charity is Just a Drop.

Proceeds raised will go to a project in the Orellana Province of Ecuador, providing clean water for four communities.

There will be both a silent and live auction and funds from a raffle will go to the AWTE Benevolent Fund which provides assistance to members who may have hit on hard times.

Click here for more information and to book.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011



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