Marriott Pays Agents Record Commissions in 2005

In 2005, Marriott International broke its record for travel agent commissions, reporting more than $177 million paid to travel agents for the year. According to Fred Miller, vice president of global sales for Marriott, the company also celebrated its 100,000th Hotel Excellence graduate—a one-day training program for travel agents.

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