Travel Leaders Network Honors Elite Members With Alaska Cruise

Travel Leaders Network recently honored and rewarded its 2019 Elite Members with a journey around Alaska as part of a seven-night cruise from Vancouver, Canada, to Seward, Alaska, aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Seven Seas Mariner. Elite membership is awarded each year to 30 agencies among Travel Leaders Network Affiliate Members who are the top sellers and leading supporters of preferred supplier partners.

During this year’s trip, participants had the opportunity to experience Regent Seven Sea Cruises’ Seven Seas Mariner, as well as sightseeing opportunities that included visits to Ketchikan, Sitka, Juneau, Skagway and the Hubbard Glacier in Alaska. On board the Seven Seas Mariner, members participated in business updates, supplier roundtables and a number of special meals and receptions.

Travel Leaders Network consists of approximately 5,700 travel agency locations across the United States and Canada. Travel Leaders clients also have access to The Travel Collection by Travel Leaders Group, a selection of travel offers and discounts available at no additional cost to holders of select American Express cards.

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