Ski.com Joins Virtuoso

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Ski.com reports that it has been accepted into Virtuoso portfolio of luxury travel partners, comprised of more than 1,800 preferred suppliers in 100 countries. According to Devra Glynn, Ski.com’s director of travel agency sales, inclusion in Virtuoso will open up new sales and marketing opportunities to the network’s 20,000 luxury travel advisors and their clientele. Virtuoso agencies sell more than $26.4 billion annually.
 
Ski.com joins Virtuoso’s collection of luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other suppliers worldwide. These partners secure Virtuoso clients superior offerings, rare opportunities and additional value. These providers are able to market to Virtuoso clients via network vehicles and to Virtuoso agencies through multiple communications channels and events, including Virtuoso Travel Week. Ski.com’s acceptance into Virtuoso gives it direct relationships with leisure travel agencies in North and Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East
 
Founded in 1971 and based in Aspen, Colorado, Ski.com and its team of nearly 70 Mountain Travel Experts provide customized ski travel packages to more than 120 of the most popular destinations around the world. Package options include private homes, condominiums and townhouses, hotels, private and shared ground transportation, flights, lift tickets, activities, in-room spa and food services, helicopter and snowcat skiing and more. 

For more visit Ski.com’s travel advisor portal at www.sellmountainvacations.com.

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