Classic Vacations' New "Classic Connections" Program

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MAUI, Hawaii - As part of Travel Agent's recently-concluded coverage of Classic Vacations' STAR Performers event at the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort, we learned all about the tour operator's new partnership program, "Classic Connections."

Classic recently announced that it has expanded its portfolio with the new Classic Connections program. Each partner in the program will provide exclusive offers for the client, experts to help plan the clients' travel and competitive commission levels for the travel advisor. Plus, advisors will also receive Classic's "Royalty Rewards" points on the value of the booking.

ME to WE

ME to WE, one of the first two Classic Connections partners, is a social enterprise dedicated to traveling with a purpose. The company conducts commissionable, volunteer travel opportunities to Kenya and India. Travel Agent also learned that ME to We will soon be expanding its portfolio to include Ecuador, specifically the Galapagos Islands.


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National Parks Revealed

This company provides clients with an opportunity to see some of the United States' most beautiful natural landscapes while enjoying top notch accommodations and exclusive amenities. Although it doesn't currently offer any national parks in Hawaii, National Parks Revealed representatives told attendees of the STAR Performers event that it is in the process of adding Hawaii parks to the existing portfolio. 

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