ARTA Offers Membership ID Cards With New Look

The Association of Retail Travel Agents (ARTA) announced that it has given its long-standing membership card program a new look. The revised format cards include ARTA's new branding and add a more sleek design to enhance the professional image of ARTA's members.

"We've soft-launched the new card program with many of our members, and the reaction to the new look has been fantastic", said Nancy Linares, ARTA chairwoman.

Two formats are now available to ARTA members. A membership card provided free of charge or a membership ID card including photo and agency identification number for $30. Cards are provided at the time of membership application or membership renewal.

"Our members have told us they like the new card very much and felt it was time to give their professional credentials a much-needed face lift. We're very pleased with the results and the great new look", said ARTA managing director Bruce Bishins.

Visit www.ARTA.travel.

 

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