Cruise Holidays to Become Division Within

John Lovell
John Lovell, president, Travel Leaders franchise, leisure and consortia

Travel Leaders has further fine tuned its group of leisure brands by making Cruise Holidays an official division of, Travel Leaders' largest network of agencies. Both Cruise Holidays and are part of Travel Leaders Group. As a result of the move, Cruise Holidays agencies will retain their brand names, but, according to Travel Leaders, will benefit from's supplier options, particularly on the tour side.

Cruise Holidays agencies will be invited to continue using the Cruise Holidays brand via an annual license. Additionally, Cruise Holidays agencies will continue to benefit exclusively from existing preferred supplier agreements, programs and services, the groups said.

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Kevin Weisner, senior vice president, Cruise Holidays International, will remain with the company and join the senior management team. 


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