Signature Expands Hotel Program

Signature announced the launch of its 2009 Hotel & Resort program, which includes the expansion of the company’s added-value privileges, last week at its annual sales meeting in Las Vegas. In addition, Signature distributed copies of its 2009 printed Hotel & Resort directory, featuring more than 600 hotels, resorts, lodges, spas and unique travel experiences worldwide. All participating hotels offer breakfast for two daily, and most properties extend additional complimentary amenities, such as rounds of golf, spa treatments, airport transfers, lunch or dinner once during stay and other benefits. These exclusive perks are in addition to late checkout, early check-in, preferential rates and VIP welcome extended to Signature clients. The new directory is a 396-page publication that features each participating property’s description and images, as well as a summary of the Signature consumer privileges. The Network will customize the directory for dozens of its top member agencies, with the individual company’s branding on the front and back covers.


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