Lucille Sive to Oversee Africa Division for the Travel Corporation

The Travel Corporation has appointed Lucille Sive to a new role as CEO African Division for TTC North America. This role was created to support the ongoing growth of TTC’s two African wholesalers. 

African Travel, Inc. and Lion World Travel will continue to operate independently. President Jim Holden will lead African Travel, Inc. and Sive will remain the president of Lion World Travel while overseeing both companies. 

In a statement, Brett Tollman, CEO of The Travel Corporation, said that both companies would “benefit from an experienced and successful African CEO dedicated to ensuring their mutual growth and development.”

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African Travel, Inc. and Lion World Travel operate independent safari and group travel in Africa and wholesale through their retail partners in North America. TTC also has a strong operations infrastructure in Africa that includes investments in Thompsons Africa, Hylton Ross Exclusive Touring, Springbok Atlas Luxury Charters, Springbok Atlas Tours and Safaris, Ikapa Coaches, Grosvenor Tours, Wilderness Safaris and The Red Carnation Hotel Collection. 

 

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