MAST Travel Network Names Central Holidays Preferred Supplier

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Central Holidays has become one of MAST Travel Network's preferred suppliers. 

As a preferred supplier, Central Holidays will offer MAST Travel Network members training opportunities, bonuses and incentives, and marketing tools designed help them increase their revenue with Central Holidays’ range of travel opportunities to Italy; Egypt; the Mediterranean; Latin America and Cuba; and Africa and west Asia

Central Holidays Vice President of Sales Jimmy Zitani says the tour operator will offer webinars, in-house trainings, and ongoing communications to the MAST members, along with other perks.


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“Our commission structure is one of the most competitive in the marketplace with potential for commission increases based on sales volume. We will also offer special promotions throughout the year,” Zitani said.

He also says the company is offering its signature Guaranteed Premier Escorted Tours and Small Group Departures in Italy, along with several hosted, special interest and customized FIT’s.

“Central Holidays offers MAST members access to unique travel programs and expertise in these destinations that is unparalleled and fulfills the demand from their clients for our brand of experiential, affordable-luxury vacations,” Zitani said.

MAST Travel Network is a member-owned and member-driven consortium consisting of over 200 travel agencies across the United States and Canada. The company offers exclusive agreements, partnerships, training, and support for MAST agencies.

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