Insight Vacations, Luxury Gold Name New Field Sales Director

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An Insight Vacations trip to the Chelsea Flower Show

Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold have appointed Michelle Suker as their new director of field sales east for the United States. She will report to Kristina Miranda, vice president of sales for Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold, and can be reached at [email protected].

Michelle Suker

Suker has 25 years of sales and sales management experience in the travel and insurance industries. She has held multiple leadership, training and development roles in her 22-year career at AAA The Auto Club Group, including field manager, senior training consultant and agency development manager.

Suker joined Insight Vacations more than two years ago as district sales manager in West Florida, the company said. This role expanded her knowledge of the travel industry with suppliers by helping her develop a deeper knowledge of guided vacations and how to assist travel professionals in growing their business, with a focus on premium, luxury and group business.   

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Suker currently resides in Sarasota, FL, and is a mom to a 25-year son, who played college football and recently completed school in Iowa.  

Both part of The Travel Corporation (TTC), Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold in Europe, North America and around the world. The two brands are also affiliated with The TreadRight Foundation, TTC’s charitable and sustainable tourism arm. To date, TreadRight has supported approximately 50 sustainable tourism projects worldwide, with partners including WWF, Conservation International, WildAid, The Travel Foundation and The National Trust in the UK

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