Demand Nets New Hires for Travcoa

In response to increasing demand for custom trips, luxury tour operator Travcoa has added four new positions to its "Custom Journey" division. Over the last two months, Fatima Hindiyeh and Nichole Marie joined the company as a Custom Journey planners and Ashley Wilson was hired as a Custom Journey coordinator. Too, Allen Thompson, a Travcoa employee since 2005, was promoted to the newly created position of Custom Journey manager. This staff creates itineraries based on clients' desires and it's recommended that the staff are given nine to 12 months advanced notice of a desired departure date to plan a trip. Such trips include a minimum six-night stay in deluxe accommodations, unique excursions, VIP access and private transportation and local guides. Visit [].

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