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Vacation Rental Industry Leader to Speak at Inaugural European Holiday Rental Professionals Seminar

President of Utah Vacation Homes and Future Focus Utilities Selected for International Event

PARK CITY, UT--(Marketwire - November 30, 2012) - Tristan Webb, President of Utah Vacation Homes and Future Focus Utilities has been selected to speak at the upcoming inaugural Holiday Rental Professionals Seminar hosted by the Vacation Rental Managers Association (VRMA), 4-5 December 2012 at the Barceló Atenea Mar Hotel in Barcelona, Spain.

"The holiday rental industry is evolving, and this event will bring together, for the first time, holiday rental professionals from across Europe and beyond who are at the leading edge of the industry," Webb said. "It is an honour to have been selected to speak at this event, and I look forward to sharing the successes we've had at Utah Vacation Homes with others to elevate this industry."

A committee of industry leaders from around the globe selected Webb because of his expertise in Rental Regulations. Webb, who has been in the holiday rental industry for 14 years, will present a session titled, "Global Look at Rental Restrictions." This session will focus on government and community involvement in the pursuit of private property owners and professional property managers / Holiday Short Stay Rental Professionals.

The 2012 Holiday Rental Professionals Seminar was conceived during a 2011 organizing event of 40 industry professionals held in Rome, Italy.

Industry professionals from throughout Europe and beyond are invited to register to participate in the 2012 Holiday Rental Professionals Seminar, which features 13 industry-leading sessions and two dynamic keynote speakers.

In addition to holiday rental agents, all vendor/supplier companies affiliated with the holiday rental industry in Europe are invited to participate in the event as a sponsor. In order to attend the event, any company that sells a product/service to those involved in the rental or operations side of the industry must register as a sponsor. There are multiple levels of sponsorship to accommodate any budget.

To learn more or to register for the 2012 Holiday Rental Professionals Seminar, visit www.vrma.com.

ABOUT Tristan Webb: Tristan Webb is President and Owner of Utah Vacation Homes in Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah. He has been involved with VRMA for nearly a decade and currently serves on the Board of Directors and Public Relations committee. Tristan also founded Future Focus Utilities, serving his home owner clients by brokering lower rates and better value for phone, internet, TV, natural gas, and electricity services.

ABOUT VRMA: Founded in 1985, the Vacation Rental Managers Association (VRMA) is an international, professional trade association of the vacation rental property management and hospitality industries. Membership includes hundreds of professional holiday rental manager and supplier members representing tens of thousands of holiday rentals.

ABOUT Utah Vacation Homes: Established in 1999, UVH strives to make each customer's vacation memorable by representing and providing personal touch service to homeowners and holiday travelers in homes from three to seven bedrooms in Utah ski locations close to the action. http://www.utahvacationhomes.com/ http://www.facebook.com/utahvacationhomes

ABOUT Future Focus Utilities: What started out as a beta program to help our home owner clients lower their fixed costs has become a lucrative business. Telecom deregulation started the opportunity, and energy deregulation has changed the product portfolio to include the biggest industry on earth. http://tristanwebb.acndirect.com

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