All Inclusive Collection and Colin Cowie Partner Up for Three More Years (VIDEO)

Here is an excerpt from Colin Cowie's welcoming speech Tuesday night at SIXTY Soho in New York City

NEW YORK CITY, New York - Travel Agent was on hand Tuesday night for a celebration to ring in the All Inclusive Collection’s (AIC) extended partnership with wedding guru Colin Cowie. 

The partnership between AIC and Cowie will be for another three years. Travel Agent was told that this was the third time to two parties have renewed the partnership. 

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AIC currently offers nine wedding Collections for brides to choose from, including a complimentary option. Starting January 1, 2017 AIC will replace the current collections with the following three options: "White & Crystal Elegance;" "Driftwood Chic" and "Gold Glamour." 

However, Travel Agent should note that we just got word that AIC is still finalizing the details of these collections, including the names. All of Cowie’s collections will be available at each all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

These packages are complete with every detail handpicked by Cowie and the opportunity to mix and match, upgrade and customize. These packages start at $2,500. 

Visit www.hrhweddings.com and keep visiting www.travelagentcentral.com for all your Caribbean and Mexico travel news. Be sure to follow Travel Agent’s Joe Pike on Twitter @TravelPike.

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