OASIS Reports Record July

Travel Agent
Photo by Comstock/Stockbyte/Getty Images

OASIS Travel Network reports that it has seen a noteworthy rise in business in recent months, including what the company is describing as an unprecedented jump in July bookings and sales. The network is up 108 percent YOY in cruise bookings and 25 percent YOY in land sales, which OASIS says reflects the strength of the travel industry and economy as a whole.

“The first half of this year was our best ever, and the trend seems to be continuing,” said Kelly Bergin, president of OASIS Travel Network, in a written statement.

New bookings for OASIS Travel Network surpassed every month during Wave Season. In addition, the company added 22 new members, which is another record breaker, and monthly commission payouts are now approaching $1 million per month.

Travel Industry Exchange

The #1 Industry Event for Specialization | Oct. 9-11, 2018

Travel Industry Exchange is the leading one-to-one event featuring a product-focused conference, networking and entertainment. Top agents vie for coveted hosted positions to leverage valuable supplier content that will help improve personal growth and increase overall sales.

Individuals without prior travel industry experience can sign up for OASIS Travel Network’s New2Travel program by visiting www.oasistravelnetwork.com/new2travel. Each New2Travel boot camp participant receives hotel, breakfast and lunch costs during this in-person educational event. Monthly payment plans are available. After completing the New2Travel program, members are transitioned to OASIS Travel Network’s Elite plan, which includes a professional website with B2C cruise and hotel booking engines, an email and direct mail marketing system, and the Pocket Travel Consultant itinerary app by Axus in the monthly fee.

For more information on OASIS Travel Network, please visit www.oasistravelnetwork.com.

Related Stories

Stats: Labor Day Travel Up 3.5% This Year

Exec Outlook: What's Next for Azamara at Pursuit's Christening

2017 Was a Good Year for Travel Agent Jobs

Stats: Tourism Up 7% in Record 2017