The Broadmoor Reaches Out to Agents Online

The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs has introduced a travel agent section on its web site, the first time the resort has dedicated part of the site to the agency community. Agents using the Broadmoor web site can find contact information, special agent rates and a new "Honored Agent" program. "Travel agencies are such an important part of our business, and we are thrilled to reward the individual travel professionals who support us," Cherri Lamont, director of leisure sales, said. "The site will continue to evolve, so it has everything to assist the agent."

The travel agent section also has an enrollment area, a redemption area and a page that allows agents to send an amenity to their clients who stay at The Broadmoor. Contact Lamont at 602-795-4948 or [email protected]. Visit [http://www.broadmoor.com/travelagents]. (DB)

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