Travel Impressions Names Winners of "Partners of the Year" Awards

Pictured (left to right): Ryan Doncsecz, groups manager, VIP Vacations; Emily Fisher, FIT sales team leader, VIP Vacations; Ryan Lettow, business development manager, Travel Impressions; Jennifer Doncsecz, president, VIP Vacations; Bryan Croot, operations manager, VIP Vacations; Emma Brumbaugh, destination weddings manager, VIP Vacations; and Heather Hendrix, director of sales-eastern region, Travel Impressions.
Pictured (left to right): Ryan Doncsecz, groups manager, VIP Vacations; Emily Fisher, FIT sales team leader, VIP Vacations; Ryan Lettow, business development manager, Travel Impressions; Jennifer Doncsecz, president, VIP Vacations; Bryan Croot, operations manager, VIP Vacations; Emma Brumbaugh, destination weddings manager, VIP Vacations; and Heather Hendrix, director of sales-eastern region, Travel Impressions.

Travel Impressions has released the list of winners for its 2015 "Partners of the Year" awards. 

Partners of the Year for 2015 include:

Overall Partner of the Year: Cruise Planners
National Account Partner of the Year: Travelsavers
Host Agency Partner of the Year: Nexion
Northeast Partner of the Year: VIP Vacations
Southeast Partner of the Year: Travel Planners International
Central Region Partner of the Year: Shelli’s Travel
Western Region Partner of the Year: Montrose Travel
AAA Partner of the Year: AAA Northeast

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