Dwain Wall Leaves CruiseOne and Cruises Inc.

dwain wallCruiseOne and Cruises Inc. report the departure of General Manager and Senior Vice President Dwain Wall, after more than five years of leadership at the two groups. Wall has made a personal decision to leave the organization to pursue new opportunities, effective Nov. 22, 2013, parent company World Travel Holdings says.  

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“I have been honored to be a part of such a wonderful organization and to help shape CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. as powerhouses in the franchisor and host agency spaces,” shared Wall. “I have full faith in the leadership team to carry my legacy forward in what I will know will be a very bright future for our travel agency divisions. While this decision was difficult, I am very excited about what the future holds for me personally and wish the organization much continued success.”  


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World Travel Holdings said they will be starting the process of selecting new leadership for its CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. brands. Brad Tolkin, co-chairman and CEO, World Travel Holdings, will directly manage Wall’s immediate leadership team until a new general manager is in place.

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