Island Resort Tours Unaffected By Dynamic Leisure Corp.

Island Resort Tours, Inc. (IRT) and International Travel & Resorts, Inc. (ITR) both continue to operate successfully and are unaffected by any business problems Dynamic Leisure Corporation may be having, Steve Hicks, president and owner of both companies, said in a statement. “It’s business as usual with our companies,” he said in response to recent rumors that Dynamic Leisure Corporation of Tampa, FL has ceased operation.

Hicks noted that Island Resort Tours, a wholesaler packaging leisure tours, and International Travel & Resorts, a hotel representation and marketing firm, have remained under his ownership and management and are not part of another company.

International Travel & Resorts has been serving the marketing and representation needs of hotels for more than 34 years and continues to grow its hotel portfolio, Hicks said.

Island Resort Tours has been providing quality vacations for travel agents to sell to consumers for more than 20 years and sells air/land packages to the Caribbean, Latin America, Hawaii, U.S and Europe. “We provide a personal touch that other companies in our business lack and our customer service extends well beyond most expectations,” said Hicks.

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