Tourico Holidays celebrates 20th anniversary with partners in Canada

22 August 2014

Tourico Holidays said it continued its 20-year celebration by hosting an event in TSX, Canada.

The travel provider met with partners in the area to reestablish “A Focus on the Future” mindset and offered a toast to the next 20 years of regional success.

To mark the milestone of 20 years of growth in the travel industry, Tourico has been hosting a series of events under its “TH Live!” banner. The most recent celebration in TSX was held at The Westin Harbour Castle, in partnership with Destination DC. Top clients were thanked for their valued partnerships and introduced to the two newest sales managers overseeing Canada: Deborah Kenton and Fatima Hammouche. Kenton will be based at the newest Tourico office in TSX, where she will bring over 17 years of travel industry experience. Hammouche, a recent graduate of the Tourico Holidays Travel Academy, will be based in Montreal.

Top travel clients from across the globe will be invited to each event, with the series planned to offer a mixture of social and educational formats. In all, the underlying message is one of appreciation for the support over the past two decades and readiness for the years to come.

Visit www.touricoholidays.com/20years for future event details, 20th anniversary plans and special promotions.

Tourico Holidays, a subsidiary of Travel Holdings, Inc., is a leading global travel distribution company that contracts directly with travel providers, such as hotels, cruise lines, attractions, vacation homes, ground transportation, and more. Tourico Holidays works on a high-volume, wholesale model to broker this inventory to over 4,600 clients in 100 countries using proprietary technology. Global business is served by headquarters in Orlando, and over 29 local locations with over 500 employees spread out across five continents.

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