Travel Leaders Reports Nearly $100 Million in New Business

Resoundingly demonstrating that substantial new business is to be gained even during a challenging economy, Travel Leaders today announced that its wholly-owned and associate (franchised) locations won over $94 million in new business travel accounts during the first quarter of 2009. Travel Leaders said that the total reflects just 51 of Travel Leaders agencies reporting and is on the conservative side but underscores the shared commitment by Travel Leaders Corporate and Travel Leaders Associates in working together as one seamless organization to the benefit of business travelers.

“It will likely come as a surprise to many corporate travel managers that a decidedly new name in travel is attracting so much new business, but to do so in a down economy is even more striking,” noted Travel Leaders Corporate President David Holyoke.

“With a presence in practically every state, our hundreds of Travel Leaders locations are poised to offer a truly progressive approach to travel, and it is paying off for our clients with each unique travel experience,” stated Travel Leaders Franchise Group President Roger E. Block.


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