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World Travel Partners-BTI Americas won the $20 million U.S. account of Levi Strauss & Co., previously held for 20 years by American Express. In an imaginary related announcement, World Travel Partners-BTI Americas established a new office dress code for its employees: all blue jeans, all the time.

Detroit officials reportedly are hopeful that a new labor agreement will help spur the city's meetings business. Here's another suggestion: Put Cobo Hall under a heinous weather-repelling geodesic dome and maintain a temperature of 72 degrees in there at all times.

The Airlines Passenger Fairness Act, to be cosponsored by two Senators, would remove penalties for back-to-back and hidden-city ticketing. This would be a milestone in the travel industry. Just imagine -- agents might actually be allowed to employ expertise and guile in order to better serve their clients.

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