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As travel advisors, we have to be curious. Curiosity leads to impactful connections that pave our road to success.

Jenn Lee, VP of Sales and Marketing, Travel Planners International

 

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"Most people do want to experience new things. There is a small percentage, maybe 10%-15%, who always want to do the same thing: Either return to the same all-inclusive or take the same cruise line to the same Caribbean islands."

Stephanie Goldberg-Glazer

Live Well, Travel Often

"Our existing clients are evolving into something new versus what clients used to be, and we’re trying to grow with them."

Tracee Williams, Destinations Travel Agency

"They underestimate the power of the distribution, the power of travel agent, the power of packaging … and I think that’s why we’ve been more successful than they have. In our space, the distribution has become our advantage."

Alex Zozaya, ALG

They still rely on the expertise of travel agents. People thought that, with the internet, agents would disappear, but we know that is not the [case]. - Gonzalo del Peón, AMResorts

We, as advisors, have to start looking at different avenues that will pay better for us, so you can continue to at least be profitable.

Nicole Mazza, Travelsavers

“They start out as customers, and then become friends. I tell them, when they're on the East Coast, I will pick them up at the Amtrak station and they have a place to stay with me.” - Dina Dini, Travel Advisor

Tip of the Day

"Most people do want to experience new things. There is a small percentage, maybe 10%-15%, who always want to do the same thing: Either return to the same all-inclusive or take the same cruise line to the same Caribbean islands."

Stephanie Goldberg-Glazer

Live Well, Travel Often

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Five Rugby World Cup 2019 Host Cities

  1. Sapporo
  2. Kamaishi, Iwate Pref. 
  3. Kumagaya, Saitama Preg. 
  4. Tokyo 
  5. Yokohama, Kanagawa Pref.

Source: JapanTimes

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