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4/19/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

Like his first customers, TMR came across Chuck Miller through an article he placed in his local newspaper. In business for three weeks, he already is planning four trips for customers who read the story and gave him a call.

4/18/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

As the industry blossoms, storytelling and one-on-one interactions bring a record number of travel advisors back to their Chicago roots.

4/17/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

AAA says Orlando is the No. 1 destination, but professional travel advisors have other ideas far and wide.

4/12/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

Research shows that the leap from $1 million to $2 million is among the toughest hurdles for travel advisors. So, take a little while to bask in your glory — and then try these proven ways to move to the next level.

4/10/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

The travel industry mourns the death of beloved friend and hotelier, Patrizio Cipollini, general manager of the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze.

4/8/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

It was the year of 9/11, when the pundits were saying travel agents were a dying breed. But with over two decades in business, Vicki Briggs, Brenda Punchak and Cheryl Scavron have each proved them wrong.

4/4/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

With castles, vintage cars, art, rich history, and more, the villages and towns of Europe continue to hold top spots on travelers’ must-do lists.

4/2/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

After seven years in the travel business, ‘we now sell in a month what I dreamed of selling in a year,’ says the serial entrepreneur turned travel advisor. Here’s how he does it.

4/2/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

‘Agencies need to take control of training their new entrants,’ said the group’s President Becky Powell.

3/28/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

‘We never want anything to happen, but when it does, we can show our worth,’ said travel agent Vickie Everhart, who was completely focused on just one couple aboard a ship floundering in the North Atlantic.