Agents Focus of Luxury Agency Rebranding

Los Angeles, CA headquartered TravelStore, a member of the Signature Travel Network, reports the launch of a rebranding campaign including a new luxury travel website and an updated, modern image under the new URL: The website features over 80 of its luxury travel experts.

“Our new image is meant to bring a fresh and more contemporary look that still speaks to our mission: serving the travel needs of discerning travelers,” said Wido Schaefer, CEO. The TavelStore’s previous logo featured a graphic image of a hotel bellhop, which has been updated.

The new site  promotes the agency’s travel consultants and highlights their expertise. Each consultant has their own profile page on the site featuring their travel journal posts, customer testimonials, specialties and a photo gallery. The site is designed to enable clients to select the vacation specialist best suited to their desired destination or travel needs, the agency says.

TravelStore’s new website features over 80 of its luxury travel experts, both employees as well as independent contractors, who are based at its seven California branch locations. Online leads are electronically distributed among the agents based on their areas of expertise.

“The growth we’ve seen in online leads is a testament to the fact that consumers want assistance with their travel plans,” said Schaefer. “Obviously, the more complicated the itinerary, the greater their need.”

TravelStore produced a video to communicate the company’s new look which is presently featured on the Travel Experts page of its new website as well as its TravelStore YouTube Channel: TSVacations.

The company says it recently celebrated its fourth consecutive award from the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the Best Places To Work in LA and received the Readers’ Choice Award from Los Angeles Times readers as Best Travel Service.

TravelStore is employee-owned. Established in 1975 by Schaefer, TravelStore specializes in leisure travel, honeymoons and destination weddings  and corporate travel management.


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