19.10.16

Noteworthy

Air Canada Vacations Introduces New Travel Advisory Board



Annie Desjardins
Voyages Synergia Inc.


Caroline Klassen
Transat Travel


Filomena Punzo
Travelmasters


Irene Neustaedter
Around the World in 80 Days


Linda Sharp
TravelPoint



Margaret Barrie UNIGLOBE
Adventure House Travel



Marilyn Shalma
New Wave Travel



Nathalie Duplessis
Voyages Cap Evasion



Jason Mills
Escapes.ca


Jean-Michel Gendron
Voyages Gendron


Patrick Giguere
Voyages Constellation



Robert Townshend
Total Advantage Travel
& Tours Inc



Sarah Griffiths
Flight Centre



Shelley Parry
Tier One Travel


Sonia Gioffre
Voyages Reid



Sue Urie
Vacation.com



Todd Goguen
Maritime Travel Inc



Tim Morgan
Travel Professionals International



Vikas Malhotra
itravel2000



Joannie Letourneau
Club Voyages Excellence



Christine Latremoille
Uniglobe
Le Centre De Voaye Dorval




Lou Anne Fradsham
Uniglobe Bon Voyage Travel



Christina Hlusko
CAA Travel





Missing from members photo: Danielle Sotera, Travel3000.ca 
  

Comprised of 28 travel professionals specializing in groups, cruises, international destinations and sun products - from independent agencies to chains from coast to coast – ACV’s Travel Advisory Board represents the breadth of the travel agent community and helps strengthen the operator’s connection with its retail partners.

TAB was created to give agents a voice within Air Canada Vacations, allowing members to speak and work with senior management on issues that matter to them. ACV says members will have the opportunity to influence key strategies; share needs and challenges; help Air Canada Vacations understand what it needs to do to propel its relationship with the trade and collaborate on existing and new initiatives that will increase sales for all travel agents. 

The group will meet monthly for the 1st 6 months and then move into quarterly sessions. Meetings will take place at ACV’s Mississauga and Montreal offices as well as through conference calls. An in-destination conference is also under consideration. The 1st TAB meeting is set for 18OCT. 







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