Announces New Host Agency Program

Interface of the agent booking engine

Interface of the agent booking engine



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Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter., a wholly owned subsidiary of Omega World Travel, Inc., reports the introduction of their new host agency division. The enhanced platform will offer a variety of enhancements designed to support agents and to provide tools that will help agents grow their businesses, says.

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"Technology is a focal point of our program. Our technology was designed with the user in mind. The ease and efficiency of the system puts the products, pricing and amenities at your fingertips allowing you to focus on selling. Personalized websites are also available which allow agents to offer their services 24/7. We're talking cutting edge technology without paying franchise fees," said Anthony Hamawy, president,

Some of the highlights of the program cited by include:

    -  100 percent commissions paid

    -  Advanced booking technologies offering over 40 cruise lines

    -  Agent and consumer booking engines

    -  Agent branded consumer websites

    -  Dedicated agent intranet site

    -  Personalized service

In addition to advanced technology independent agents will be able to offer their clients's exceptional rates and amenities. says its volume allows them to hold groups on thousands of sailings as well as negotiating many exclusive promotional rates and value ads.

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Membership programs begin at $39 per month, says. To view details of the program visit 

Established in 1998, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Omega World Travel. 

Omega World Travel lays claim to being the second-largest, privately owned travel management company in the country. Headquartered in Fairfax, VA, Omega services corporate, government and leisure clients throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. Omega also owns Travtech, a technology development company.


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