Tripology, AAA Travel Sign Alliance

Tripology announced they have become a preferred supplier for AAA Travel Services, the largest full service leisure travel organization in North America. Through the alliance, AAA agents will have access to Tripology’s marketing support and training opportunities that will help them maximize Tripology’s value.

"This alliance with Tripology offers a unique way for our AAA and CAA agencies to garner new business in these difficult economic times and benefit from the immense reach of the Internet to find new customers seeking their specific knowledge, customer service, and trip-planning experience," said AAA Travel Services Manager, Travel Administration Lynda A. Gwynn.

"We are honored to be selected as a preferred supplier by AAA," said Veronique Deblois, vice president of travel trade sales and marketing for Tripology. "The acclaimed organization has a robust network of more than 1,100 accredited, full-service AAA and CAA travel agency offices located in the United States and Canada to serve members and the public.  We look forward to providing these travel pros, who specialize in a great range of destinations and types of travel, access to our high-intent traveler leads."

"With more than 100,000 trip requests processed since the consumer launch of Tripology.com  and a diverse network of 13,000 travel specialists, many agents have found our service to be an effective way to recession-proof their businesses," said John T. Peters, president and CEO of Tripology.

Tripology is an online travel referral service that connects travel specialists to consumers that are seeking their expert knowledge and travel planning experience. Visit www.Tripology.com


 

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