Brehm Joins Travel Leaders Corporate

John Brehm is joining Travel Leaders Corporate in the new role of vice president of sales and business development. Brehm will direct and lead the national sales force for Travel Leaders Corporate, identify and develop new business opportunities, and coordinate efforts to ensure the company’s business clientele receives an industry-leading level of support.

Brehm is a 12-year veteran of American Express Global Corporate Services, most recently serving the mega-agency as a regional vice president of global sales responsible for a national sales force with a focus on selling mid-market accounts. Immediately prior to that, Brehm served as director of business development for global client group card and travel services.

“In a very short period of time, Travel Leaders Corporate has already successfully established itself as an industry leader in offering business travel services, particularly to mid-markets accounts, that are truly a ‘departure from the ordinary,’” stated David Holyoke, president of Travel Leaders Corporate. “By bringing John Brehm’s extraordinary experience and strong leadership into the senior management of Travel Leaders Corporate, we look forward to further distinguishing our points of departure as he enhances the strong national sales force we already have in place.”


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