CCRA Announces Regional Travel Events

CCRA Travel Solutions reports its 2014 CCRA Power Solutions Regional Travel Event series will take place in four U.S. cities, The purpose is to bring together professional travel agents, travel suppliers, and representatives from each of CCRA’s four business units to share knowledge, build relationships, and learn new ways to become more profitable and successful by working together.

The CCRA Power Solutions’ 2014 Regional Travel Event schedule is as follows:
    •    San Francisco, CA – March 12, 2014
    •    Atlanta, GA – May 14, 2014
    •    Denver, CO – September 10, 2014
    •    Raleigh, NC – November 12, 2014
In addition to the 2014 Regional Travel Event series, CCRA will be hosting a Power Solutions event on December 4, 2013, in Houston, Texas. Interested travel agencies may email Holly Carrig for more information: [email protected].

“The relationship between our supplier partners and our vast travel agent network is at the core of CCRA’s ongoing growth and success,” said Dic Marxen, President and CEO of CCRA Travel Solutions. “As we enter our 40th year in the travel industry with plans for continued expansion, we see these travel events as a critical element of our strategy to facilitate supplier/agent interaction, while also providing CCRA the chance to engage both audiences in ongoing conversation to explore the issues and opportunities that impact the professional travel market.“


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Added Peter Pincus, CCRA’s Chief Commercial Officer. “While travel agents will learn how they can earn more income and gain a competitive edge through our supplier products, CCRA suppliers will gain invaluable insight as to how they can increase their travel agency offerings and business in 2014.”


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