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TollFreeForwarding.com Launches 'Make a Connection and Win' Selfie Game at DMAI's Annual Convention in Las Vegas July 22nd and 23rd

100 Google Chromecast Streaming Media Players to Be Given Away to Attendees Who 'Make a Connection' With TollFreeForwarding.com

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - July 18, 2014) - TollFreeForwarding.com, a leading provider of international virtual phone numbers and call forwarding services, plans to get social with attendees at this year's Destination Marketing's Annual Convention with the theme "Celebrating the Journey - Advancing Destinations". This year the DMAI Annual Convention is celebrating 100 years as an organization. DMAI is the most trusted resource for the destination marketing industry. With more than 1,300 travel industry professionals in attendance, DMAI's Annual Convention has become the mecca event for the travel industry.

The DMAI annual event will be held July 22nd and 23rd at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. TollFreeForwarding.com will be at booth #432 in the main exhibition hall and is currently booking appointments.

Back by popular demand, attendees will also be able to participate in the "Make a Connection and Win" Selfie Game. All attendees that participate must take a "Selfie" featuring the TollFreeForwarding.com booth and team. The first 100 verified posted "Selfies" will get a Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player. Attendees are encouraged to visit the TollFreeForwarding.com booth #432 to enter.

To be eligible for the 'Make a Connection and Win' Selfie Photo Game:

  • Attendees need to visit the TollFreeForwarding.com team at booth #432.
  • Tell the TollFreeForwarding.com team about your business and snap a "Selfie" with the team.
  • The first 100 people who post the "Selfie" on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and either tag or @-mention TollFreeForwarding.com, will be sent a free Google Chromecast.

No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to win. Full "Make a Connection and Win Game Rules" are available on the TollFreeForwarding.com website.

During DMAI, TollFreeForwarding.com will be posting live updates of the event on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the TollFreeForwarding.com blog.

About TollFreeForwarding.com

Connecting millions of international calls per month, TollFreeForwarding.com is the leading provider of international virtual phone numbers and international call forwarding services in the world. Founded in 2002, TollFreeForwarding.com is a technology-driven, international telecommunications provider based in Los Angeles, California. TollFreeForwarding.com leverages best in class technology to empower businesses with state-of-the-art capabilities and services. 

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Contact:
Alan Sherin
TollFreeForwarding.com
Phone: (213) 452-1505 x279
Fax: (213) 452-1505                                                                                                                                                                        
9841 Airport Blvd., 9th Floor
Los Angeles CA 90045-5475
www.tollfreeforwarding.com

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