Travel Planners T.E.A.M. Program Trains Nearly 600 Agents

A T.E.A.M. Summit hosted by Sandals in Jamaica
A T.E.A.M. Summit hosted by Sandals in Jamaica

Travel Planners International (TPI) reports that its T.E.A.M. Program has trained nearly 600 agents at more than 50 meetings nationwide since the program was established in March of this year. More than 30 of TPI’s preferred suppliers have participated in the local educational sessions.

Travel Planners says the program creates education and networking opportunities for TPI agents on a local level.

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T.E.A.M. stands for Training/Education/Ambassador/Meetings and allows qualified TPI agents to serve as ambassadors to assist and coordinate local monthly education and training meetings that showcase either one or two preferred partners.

TPI notes 24 travel professionals have joined TPI this year based on their attendance at a local education meeting, as the T.E.A.M. sessions are offered to both TPI members and prospects. 20 TPI agents have been appointed ambassadors since T.E.A.M. was launched.

A T.E.A.M. Summit was recently hosted by Sandals in Jamaica

Another 30 T.E.A.M. meetings will be conducted by the end of the year, TPI reports, with five additional ambassadors onboard to kick off the T.E.A.M. program in 2015.

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