Nexion Recognizes Top Agents With President’s Circle Trip

Riviera Maya
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Nexion Travel Group held its ninth annual President’s Circle trip earlier this month. Recognizing winners of the organization’s Circle of Excellence and MillionAir awards, the multiday event gathered winners, Nexion leadership and suppliers for a chance to connect and network.

The organization held the event at Barcelo Maya Palace in Riviera Maya, Mexico from December 7 to 10. Over the course of the long weekend, participants played golf, swam with dolphins, inspected luxury hotels, met one-on-one with supplier partners, attended sessions and dined with suppliers. Delta Air Lines, Delta Vacations and Barcelo Hotels and Resorts were the primary sponsors of this year’s event.

Nexion awards its Circle of Excellence distinction to members with high sales and business growth among its preferred supplier partners during the past year. Group members with the MillionAir designation have personally sold more than $1 million in airline sales, at least $750,000 of which has come from preferred air suppliers. The sales period for MillionAir eligibility went from August 1, 2017 to July 31, 2018.


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Nexion Travel Group is a host agency that has been offering membership to independent travel professionals since 1995. As a part of Travel Leaders Group, Nexion provides its members with ticketing, operations and fulfillment support, as well as tools, technology, marketing and education.

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