NWA Expands Luxury Offering

Close to one year after the launch of its luxury line, "Lifestyle Collection," NWA WorldVacations is expanding the product with four new destinations: San Francisco/Napa Valley, Arizona, Florida and Jamaica. Joining Las Vegas, Cancun and the Riviera Maya, these four cities have been identified by NWA WorldVacations as top luxury destinations with an abundance of high-end product, the company said. Benefits of booking the Lifestyle Collection include first-class air and private limousine transfers, luxury accommodations and private excursions, as well as access to VIP services and amenities. "Our luxury products have been very well received by our customers and travel agent partners and have been steadily gaining in popularity since their launch last year," said Ken Pomerantz, president and chief marketing officer of MLT Vacations, a subsidiary of NWA. Visit [www.worldagentdirect.com].

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