Travel Leaders Network Honors 2018 Golden Circle Members

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Travel Leaders Network celebrated its 2018 Golden Circle travel advisors with an Avalon Waterways river cruise. The group awarded the select advisors with Golden Circle membership for their support for preferred suppliers and overall commitment to the Travel Leaders Network.

This year the reward for joining the Golden Circle was a cruise aboard the Avalon Artistry II through Luxembourg and Germany, with visits to Remich in Luxembourg and Koblenz, Munich and Oberammergau in Germany. Joining new members on the cruises were: Paula Hayes, vice president of sales for Avalon Waterways; Roger Block, the president of Travel Leaders Network; and Jennifer Jalboth, the director of national accounts for Globus Journeys.

The Golden Circle designation is now in its 17th year. In 2017, winners received a Cunard Line cruise; in 2016, a Chateaux, France, Rivers & Wine cruise with Viking Cruises; and in 2015, a Spain and Portugal tour with Globus family of brands.

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Travel Leaders Network represents about 6,800 travel agency locations throughout the United States and Canada. The network helps millions of leisure and business travelers every year and is one of the industry’s largest sellers of luxury travel, cruises and tours. Travel Leaders Network is a Travel Leaders Group company. The group represents around 52,000 travel agents with knowledge in 135,000 destinations and 53,000 areas of interest.

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