Host Agency OASIS Rebrands as OASIS Travel Network

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With the growth of its company and increasing value to all of its stakeholders, host agency OASIS has announced it has rebranded as OASIS Travel Network (OTN). 

President Kelly Bergin said the brand’s new name “better conveys the scope of services and value now provided to [their] independent contractors, preferred suppliers and, most importantly, the clients and soon-to-be-clients of [their] members.”

OTN was originally founded in 2009 as the host division of Palm Coast Travel, based out of Boca Raton, Florida. With the birth of its New2Travel program, the company doubled in size during 2016 as it continues to bring new entrepreneurs into the travel industry. The company’s client engagement program also aids in the limitation of client cancellations.

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According to Bergin, OTN offers a cruise price tracking tool – a “client favorite” – as well as mobile apps that aggregate client itinerary components, allowing the company to better predict clients’ buying preferences. The brand’s agents have access to resources that offer them a leg up in the midst of “an ever-evolving and competitive sales environment,” Bergin said in a written release.

The rebranding of OTN is currently in motion and is set to appear in its upcoming trade and consumer-facing marketing communication programs.

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