Results! Travel Names Leadership Council

Results! Travel has appointed six travel agent members to its Leadership Council. The new members replace five member agents whose two-year terms on the Council will expire. Four other members already on the Council will remain in their positions for one more year.

The Results! Travel Leadership Council serves as the sounding board for travel agency owners and managers belonging to Results! Travel, a franchise organization of more than 900 agency locations across the U.S. Leadership Council Members are selected for their diverse mix of business and varying annual sales, but also in part on geographic representation.

The newest Members of the Council are: Mark DeGonda of A-1 Travel, Edina, MN; Mary Emmer of Sojourn Travel Services, Cedarburg, WI; Candy Geiler of World Travel Mates, Matthews, NC;  Charles Lenoir of A&P Cruises and Tours, Shawnee, KS; Sheree Powers of Travel by Nelson, LTD, Woodbury, MN; and Gail Snow of Liahona Travel, Puyallup, WA.

The Council meets periodically throughout the year to discuss the network’s top priorities and to explore ideas that could potentially ensure greater success for all members. “Our Leadership Council is the epitome of collaboration, not competition, when it comes to working for the greater good of our network,” said John Risner, general manager of Results! Travel. “Even with tough economic times, their attitude is very optimistic that by working with each other, they can share best practices in a confidential fashion— knowing that the information will be used to make their agency and other Results! Travel Member agencies stronger in the end.”


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