Holiday Vacations Joins USTOA

handshakeHoliday Vacations has joined The United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) as its newest Active Member. The membership brings the association’s current total to 47 corporate members and more than 150 brands, USTOA says. 

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"It’s a pleasure to welcome Holiday Vacations to USTOA,”  said Terry Dale, the association’s president and CEO.  “Holiday Vacations’ strong passion and commitment to providing guests with memorable travel experiences is a perfect complement to our membership and we are delighted to add them to our portfolio of guided tour providers.” 


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“Holiday Vacations has been providing high quality, fully escorted tours at an exceptional value for over 40 years and we are proud to be an active member of USTOA which represents some of the top names in travel and tourism,” added Greg Barnes, Holiday Vacations’ director of worldwide operations. “Our commitment to providing the highest standards in the industry, delivering personalized service and conducting our business practices in an ethical manner is in direct accord with USTOA’s mission and integrity.”

Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Holiday Vacations, was named Tour Operator of the Year for the 2011 Alaska travel season at the annual Seymour Awards in Anchorage, Alaska.

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