Classic Vacations Links Up With Tripology

Classic Vacations has become the newest addition to Tripology’s Travel Industry Supporter Program. As part of the program, Classic Vacations will reimburse Tripologists for each lead they purchase from Tripology that results in a booking with the travel provider.

"We are delighted to be adding Classic Vacations to our ever-growing range of Travel Industry Supporters," said Veronique Deblois, vice president of travel trade sales and marketing for Tripology. "The program provides our Tripologists with the opportunity to stretch their marketing dollars and get compensated for some of their leads."

"We're pleased to participate in Tripology's Travel Industry Supporter Program to show our continued commitment and support of the agent community," said Greg Bernd, co-president at Classic Vacations.        

Tripology's Travel Industry Supplier Program is a win-win for both the company’s travel specialists, known as Tripologists, and for travel industry providers, Tripology says. For travel specialists, the new program offers the opportunity to garner free lead credits for bookings made with participating industry supporters.  Industry supporters gain exposure to new clients via Tripology's 13,000 registered travel specialists, marketing opportunities towards the agent community, dedicated relationship manager, and more. has been designed to be simple for specialists to join and use whenever they seek incremental business.  The site's user-friendly interface and tools help ensure the success of the travel specialists, Tripology notes. Registration is free; there are no membership fees and no minimum purchase is necessary.  Specialists only purchase the leads they want.

Classic Vacations specializes in designing luxury vacation experiences for travelers including luxury accommodations, transportation options and tours in Hawaii, the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, Tahiti, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand and Costa Rica.

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