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Mayflower Tours Becomes Tripology Supporter

December 2, 2009 By: George Dooley

Tripology, the online travel referral service, announced Mayflower Tours as the newest addition to its Travel Industry Supporter Program. As part of the program, Mayflower Tours will reimburse Tripologists for each lead they purchase from Tripology that results in a booking with the tour operator.

"We are very pleased that Mayflower Tours has become one of our Travel Industry Supporters," said Veronique Deblois, vice president of travel trade sales and marketing for Tripology. "More and more travelers today are looking for affordable tours that provide them with the fullest travel experience – and this is precisely what Mayflower Tours offers. We encourage our Tripologists to offer clients these added-value yet inexpensive tour options, available in remarkable destinations worldwide."

"We’re delighted to join this Tripology program - and together we aim to offer agents a one-of-a-kind travel experience through our extensive collection of tried and true tour programs," said John Stachnik, president of Mayflower Tours.

Tripology’s Travel Industry Supplier Program offers advantages for both the company’s travel specialists, known as Tripologists, and for travel industry providers. For travel specialists, the new program offers the opportunity to garner free lead credits for bookings made with participating industry supporters. Industry supporters gain exposure to new clients via Tripology’s 13,500 registered travel specialists, marketing opportunities towards the agent community and dedicated relationship manager.

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