Avoya Conference Celebrates Top Producing Agents (VIDEO)

Avoya Travel, an American Express Travel Representative, reports that it held this year’s annual conference, entitled Our Future Built Together, aboard Celebrity Cruises’ Silhouette for a 7-night Western Caribbean sailing. 

With 2014 marking the 50th year in travel for Avoya’s founding family, the conference honored its top producers for each preferred supplier and introduced a new award tier, the Chairman’s Club, to recognize Independent Agencies producing more than $4 million in sales. 

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In addition, Avoya says it awarded a record number of President’s Circle Independent Agencies that produced more than $2 million in 2013 sales. Avoya also saluted a record number of Best of the Best Independent Agencies who produced more than $1 million in sales last year. All Best of the Best, President’s Circle, and Chairman’s Club winners received a 7-night trip to Costa Rica with Globus, along with  other rewards.

During the conference, Avoya staff, Independent Agencies, and preferred suppliers participated in motivational general sessions, shared ideas during educational workshops and roundtables, and forged lasting relationships during  networking events both on board and in port.  

Visit www.JoinAvoya.com or www.AvoyaTravel.com.

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