Ensemble Responds to Royal Caribbean's Card Mill Denouncement

Ensemble Travel Group was the first to applaud Royal Caribbean on its proclamation denouncing the actions of card mill travel businesses, which offer normal consumers the ability to become travel agents or agencies and receive agent benefits and credentials. "Even though the announcement may represent a loss of business for these three cruise brands in the short haul," said Jack Mannix, president and CEO of Ensemble, "their commitment to upholding the highest business standards will most certainly be rewarded with an even greater respect from members of the Ensemble Travel Group and other professionals in the travel agency community." (DE)

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