Adds Tour East Holidays and Tour East Holidays have expanded their preferred supplier agreement to include U.S. agency members of the 5,100-member consortia. The move expands on a successful, strategic relationship that took effect in Canada earlier this year.

The new agreement with Tour East Holidays will provide U.S. member agents with access to exclusive vacation packages and enhanced commissions with a variety of tour options to Asia and the Middle East.

“With the success of our alliance in Canada, we have extended our relationship with Tour East Holidays into the U.S. market to offer agents a new quality product with competitive pricing to enhance their sales and revenue,” said Christine James, senior director, industry relations,

“We are excited to expand our relationship with due to the organization's proven ability to drive sales to their preferred suppliers and the large number of members across the U.S.,” said Ravi Kumar vice president, business development, Tour East Holidays. “With over 32 years of experience in arranging tours to Asia and now the Middle East, we hope to bring a variety of travel options to all members and their clients,” he added.

Through this agreement, member agents will have access to customized programs for exotic destinations such as: Asia, India, the South Pacific and the Middle East, all using four- and five-star accommodations.  Tour East Holidays has fully licensed offices in Beijing and Shanghai.

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