Allianz Global Assistance Partners With Grand Circle Corporation

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Allianz Global Assistance and Grand Circle Corporation are collaborating to offer protection for travelers.

Grand Circle Corporation, a travel experiences company for Americans over 55, says it has partnered with Allianz to provide insurance to its customers.

Allianz Travel Protection Plans grant financial protection to travelers with 24/7 assistance in the event of trip interruptions, lost or delay baggage, medical emergencies, and other covered disruptions. In the event of a covered flight delay, customers whose plan includes SmartBenefits and enroll in the service, may receive same-day payments. These services are now available to U.S. customers reserving travel through Grand Circle Corporation.

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Grand Circle Corporation provides travel experiences for Americans over 55 and is also involved in philanthropy, social entrepreneurship, and volunteerism. Condé Nast Traveler readers have voted Grand Circle Cruise Line one of the Top 5 World’s Best River Cruise Lines for six consecutive years.

Global Assistance is a consumer specialty insurance and assistance company serving to over 40 million U.S. customers annually. Grand Circle Corporation is a global enterprise focused on educational, cultural travel for American 55+ travelers through its family of travel companies: Grand Circle Travel, Grand Circle Cruise Line, and Overseas Adventure Travel.

For more information, visit https://www.allianztravelinsurance.com/

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