Alan Cumming and Sarah Jessica Parker to Host Tzell 50th Anniversary Gala

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New York-based Tzell Travel Group has announced preliminary details for its two-day 50th anniversary celebration, which will culminate October 27 in a black-tie gala on Ellis Island

The gala will be co-hosted by award-winning actors Alan Cumming and Sarah Jessica Parker, with an additional celebrity line-up to be announced. Longtime Tzell partner Delta Air Lines has been named as the sole Diamond Level sponsor for all of the events.

The anniversary events will commence with Tzell’s Branch Meeting on October 26. The all-day meeting for branch presidents from Tzell’s 50+ locations will feature an exclusive industry executive panel discussion. The Branch Meeting will be followed by a trade show with cocktails that is open to all Tzell agents; the trade show provides opportunities for Tzell’s supplier partners to network with hundreds of its top agents throughout the country.

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Tzell’s 50th Anniversary Gala will commence with guests boarding specially-chartered ferries, taking them on a scenic 30-minute ride from lower Manhattan through Upper New York Bay to Ellis Island. In addition to enjoying the gala festivities, which will feature many of Tzell’s celebrity clients from the worlds of entertainment, sports and politics, guests will have the opportunity to tour the island courtesy of the National Parks Service. Tzell’s gala celebration will conclude with a special fireworks display over the Statue of Liberty.

Tzell Travel Group was founded in 1966. 

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