Brockway Resigns as Classic Vacations' President

Gregg Brockway has resigned as president of Classic Vacations. In an announcement Thursday, the San Jose-based operator said it expects to name a replacement shortly, and that in the meantime its chairman, Ron Letterman, will serve as acting president. Brockway identified his growing family and a lengthy commute as reasons for his decision. He will continue to serve on the company's advisory board, and he and Letterman are involved in the selection of a new president. Letterman reassured retailers, customers and partner suppliers that the company's vision and focus won't change during the transition. Visit [www.classicforagents.com].

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