Protravel's Priscilla Alexander Retires

priscilla alexanderProtravel International's respected president Priscilla Alexander has officially retired from the company she founded. Protravel’s senior leadership team remains in place with chief operating officer Tony Shepherd now reporting directly to Travel Leaders Group CEO Barry Liben. Protravel International LLC is a Travel Leaders Group company.

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“Over the course of the past year, Protravel has become an integral part of the Travel Leaders Group family. This could not have been accomplished without Priscilla’s steadfast support. We thank her for her leadership, as well as the tremendous legacy she leaves behind,” noted Liben.


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“As I stated at the time of our acquisition of the company, Protravel represents a crown jewel, not only within the New York City travel arena, but also throughout the United States and internationally. They have established themselves as one of the industry’s top travel companies. We remain committed to ensuring that Protravel retains its extraordinary and dynamic positioning in serving its corporate and luxury clientele with excellence. We look forward to further growing this business in the years to come,” Liben said. 

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Liben noted that Protravel International is a recognized leader in corporate and luxury travel. Protravel was founded by Priscilla Alexander in 1984 and is headquartered in New York City. With annual sales over $850 million, it has grown into a network of 22 branch locations throughout the United States and London, plus a network of hosted agents throughout the U.S.  


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