Travel Guard Joins ARC Helix

Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) reported that Travel Guard North America, a major travel insurance firm, has become an ARC Helix preferred supplier. Travel Guard will allow Helix member agencies the ability to offer their clients comprehensive travel insurance plans covering trip cancellation, interruption, delay, medical expenses, baggage loss and other unexpected travel-related events.

“At Travel Guard, we believe the best investment you can make in your trip is to include a comprehensive travel insurance plan, to cover the ‘what if’s’ when traveling,” explained Tom Zavadsky, executive vice president, sales and underwriting, Travel Guard North America. “We’re pleased to be joining the ARC Helix program, and look forward to being there for travelers and the agencies serving them.”

“Travel Guard is an excellent addition to the Helix preferred supplier portfolio, which gives our members a profitable travel insurance option,” said Christopher Flores, Helix program director. “Their reputation, customer service, commitment to the agency channel, and quality product in the travel insurance coverage arena are the reasons why we look forward to this partnership.”

ARC Helix is an exclusive members-only program for home-based and retail travel agencies. It offers preferred supplier portfolio covering all segments of travel, multiple business services, and the professional education and training opportunities to assist agencies in operating more efficiently and becoming more profitable. Helix currently features more than 30 preferred suppliers in its portfolio.




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