CruiseOne: Awards Show Strength of Home-Based Travel Agents

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The home-based travel agent industry is thriving, according to home-based travel agencies Dream Vacations, CruiseOne and Cruises Inc.

The three brands, which are part of World Travel Holdings, have been included on the annual Top Private Companies lists for South Florida Business Journal and Florida Trend. The awards mark the sixth and fourth year in a row the brands were so honored, respectively.

I am confident this distinction is a direct correlation to the ongoing support and resources our headquarters team provides our network of home-based franchisees and independent vacation specialists to ensure they are the most successful in the industry, said Debbie Fiorino, senior vice president of Dream Vacations, CruiseOne and Cruises Inc., in a written release.


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Ranked 28th out of 100, Dream Vacations, CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. are the highest ranked travel agency businesses by regional magazine South Florida Business Journal on its annual Top 100 Private Companies list, the three brands report.

Florida Trend, a statewide magazine focusing on the business and politics that shape Florida, ranked Dream Vacations, CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. 169th out of 225 private companies headquartered in Florida.

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