Excite Holidays to Launch in United States

Travel wholesaler Excite Holidays is launching in the United States.

The organization will be based across the U.S., servicing travel agents. The company’s U.S. team will include executives Vanessa Richards, global head of marketing, and Andrew Yell, general manager of global sales, product and operations. The U.S. sales team will include Samantha Davies, director of sales North America, and Steven Murphy, regional sales manager USA.

As part of the U.S. rollout Excite Holidays hosted a launch party November 30 at The London in West Hollywood. At the event Co-founder and Executive Director George Papaioannou talked about the U.S. expansion and Excite Holidays’ product offering. Los Angeles Laker Julius Randle also made a special guest appearance, speaking about his passion for travel. Guests had the chance to meet the Laker and have some items autographed.

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Attendees also had the chance to view the brand’s new content video, called “Where would you like to go,” during a preview by Richards. The video will be available to view soon.

In addition to Richards, other members of the executive and sales teams were also in attendance.

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