Central Holidays Reduces Prices for Agents

Central Holidays is implementing price reductions on its entire collection of travel programs throughout Europe and the Mediterranean. Prompted by the U.S. dollar's recent gain against the Euro, travelers benefit from savings— as the dollar climbs, prices are dropping on the company’s travel programs.

"While many tour companies are opting to take advantage of the rising dollar by keeping rates set earlier this year when the dollar was at record lows, Central Holidays is pleased to pass along real hard dollar savings that will effectively stretch traveler's dollars," said Fred Berardo, president and CEO of Central Holidays. "It's our way of showing travel agents and their clients that we are committed to them and to delivering the high quality, value-packed travel programs that fulfill their dreams."

Prices will be reduced across the board on the company's vast array of Escorted, Hosted, Independent, Cruise, and Ski programs in line with the value of the U.S. dollar. In addition to price savings, travelers to Europe and the Mediterranean will also enjoy a far more attractive exchange rate than has been available in a long time, offering travelers a welcome option when selecting their next vacation destination.

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