Latin American Tourism Promotion Group Welcomes Agents

SATA, a not-for-profit association whose mission is to provide and improve tourism by promoting awareness and education of South and Central America as a leisure travel destination, is now welcoming retail travel agents to become associate members.  

Travel agent membership benefits include exclusive access to SATA's members educational sites, www.travellatinamerica.org, and www.sata.travel, timely communications on important Latin American destination news and updates from our supplier members, notification of fam trip announcements and special offers made by SATA supplier members, invitations to SATA’s trade events and educational seminars.

Also, agents will get a $100 award certificate bonus plus regular commission from participating tour operators upon booking.

Particpating suppliers include Alluring Americas, Avanti, Cosmopolitan Adventure Tours, Festival Tours, GT Tours, LaTour, Tara Tours and LatinTours.

Visit www.sata-usa.com.
 

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