VBR Tours, LLC Acquires Canada à la Carte

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VBR Tours, LLC has announced the acquisition of Canada à la Carte, formerly of Brewster Inc. VBR Tours has already begun accepting reservations for 2017 Canada à la Carte vacation packages, though 2016 reservations will continue to operate through Brewster Travel Canada through October 2016. Packages available to agents come with commissions beginning at 10 percent.

In addition to the newly acquired Canada à la Carte, the VBR Tours portfolio of brands includes Vacations by Rail and Holidays by Rail. VBR Tours has more than 11 years of experience creating Canadian vacation packages.

Canada à la Carte offers tours of the Canadian wilderness as well as cities, with itineraries including winery tours, whale watching expeditions, glacier adventures, seaside sightseeing and a variety of “à la carte” options that allow travelers to personalize their vacations to their interests and budgets.

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For Canada à la Carte’s complete collection of motor coach, rail, self-drive, city stay and special event vacations, visit www.canadaalacarte.com or call 877-977-6500. Travel agents who request a 2017 brochure are automatically entered to win an iPad.

For more information on VBR Tours brands and products, visit Vacations By Rail at www.vacationsbyrail.com or call 1-877-929-7245 and Holidays By Rail at www.holidaysbyrail.com or phone 0800-033-7960.

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