Collette Vacations Reports Growth

Collette Vacations is reporting growth in revenue of more than 60 percent this year, according to president and CEO, Dan Sullivan, Jr. Sullivan said the Collette is also increasing its staff to handle the surge in travel business this year and has promoted three executives.

Eric Welter, Collette’s senior vice president of marketing, announced that Debora Moniz has been promoted to manager of creative services.

In a move aimed to enhance internal and external client relations, Paula Twidale, Collette’s executive vice president, announced two recent departmental changes to take effect mid-September. Peter Hopps, a 31-year veteran with Collette Vacations, will transition to director of purchasing and building services. Currently, he is director of guest relations. Christopher Carriere, a 16 year veteran with Collette Vacations will move from inside sales and his position as director of sales operations, to assume the role of director of customer service.

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