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DMC Network reveals its 2024 Exchange destination

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Formal invitations will be issued by members of the DMC Network HQ team and DMC Network partners starting in early 2024.

The DMC Network will be bringing their signature client event out West, with its 2024 Exchange set to take place in Napa, California.

This latest edition of the Exchange will take place in early June and will be hosted by Terramar DMC, the DMC Network’s Northern California partner.

The event will highlight the timeless beauty, fantastic culinary scene, and rejuvenating wellness and relaxation potential Napa Valley offers for business events of all shapes and sorts.

“Napa was an early standout favorite that sprang to mind when thinking about where we might want to host our Network clients and colleagues in 2024,” explained Lisa Deleon, Vice President of Global Sales for Terramar. “As our team works on finalizing the full event agenda, we’re getting even more excited about the great range of activities and options we’ll be able to showcase to attendees this year.”

The annual Exchange is another opportunity to form and deepen connections between DMC partners and the clients the Network collectively serves. The event will feature several days of immersive destination discovery, as well as chances for clients to connect one-on-one with specific DMC Network members.

Aoife Delaney, Vice President of Business Development for the DMC Network, added, “We know interest and demand remains high for destinations that integrate amazing natural spaces that also provide plenty of creature comforts, too. We’re confident that Napa will deliver all of this and more for our Exchange guests this June.”

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