Tripology Names Deblois VP Sales and Marketing

Tripology, an interactive travel referral service, has named Veronique Deblois vice president of travel trade sales and marketing. Deblois will be responsible for Tripology’s brand identity, business development, advertising and corporate communications.

"Veronique is a talented and results-oriented leader who brings tremendous industry experience, customer focus, and proven sales and marketing skills to our company," said John T. Peters, president and CEO of Tripology. "Her command of the marketplace, in-depth knowledge of a wide range of global hospitality and travel sectors, and strong business relationships will prove to be a tremendous asset for Tripology. Veronique will also be an equally great resource for agents, group planners, clients and our strategic alliance partners."

"Tripology is a growing company with great potential to positively impact the way traditional and home-based agents do business," said Deblois.  "I look forward to working with the company's team of professionals to increase our market reach and make Tripology the number one lead referral choice for travel specialists across the industry."

Before joining Tripology, Deblois held key management posts at Endless Vacation Rentals by Wyndham Worldwide. She has also held executive posts with Alamo Rent-A-Car/National Car Rental and Libgo Travel (Liberty Travel & GOGO Worldwide Vacation).

Tripology is an interactive travel referral service connecting travel specialists with high-intent travelers. The company's dedicated travel agent web presence provides traditional and home-based agents a cost-effective way to increase sales and profits with qualified travel leads.  The company has received and processed more than 40,000 trip requests since Tripology.com launched in June 2007.

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