ACTA Hosts Travel Agent Appreciation Cruise

by Geraldine Ree
ACTA Hosts Travel Agent Appreciation Cruise

The cruise celebrates travel advisors. Photos by the author

On May 1, the travel industry celebrated Travel Agent Appreciation Day across the North America. Last night Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA) celebrated in spectacular Vancouver, British Columbia on a harbor cruise with 100 of the industry’s top travel professionals.

ACTA President Wendy Paradis commented that this day was started by a travel agency in Saskatchewan in 2012 and has been met with tremendous enthusiasm around the globe from all of us who can’t say enough about all that you do!

ACTA President Wendy Paradis at the event.

ACTA is an association of over 12,000 members representing 80% of the travel industry business in Canada. 

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