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Poised at the jaws of two continents, the Spanish port of Algeciras is more a jumping-off point for adventure than a destination in itself
Experience a purely American musical genre at museums, clubs and festivals on a trip down the Mississippi Blues Trail.
Lake Winnipesaukee, backed by gentle mountains, anchors one of America’s oldest and most famous summer resort areas
Tasks undertaken by employees in sales support allow the salesperson to focus on selling
Your groups can dine and tour where presidents and celebrities stay
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Gordon Bartlett took advantage of an early retirement package from IBM in 1991 to start a tour business with his wife in Lake Havasua, AZ. For nearly 20 years, Gordon and Patty escorted 171 tours and cruises, taking 7,315 passengers on tours ranging from the Western U.S. to destinations in all parts of the world. Bartlett sold his company in 2011 and while preparing the new owner for a successful transition, he created a book titled How to Start and Operate a Profitable Tour Business.
Some people in this business you know by name alone. Others by LinkedIn profile, or by email exchanges. The characters? You know them from trade shows. Amidst the sea of suits, some people stand out. Clarissa Erickson is one of those. Enjoy this edition of Take 5, as Clarissa takes you on her journey from behind the bar to behind the microphone.
Michael Embrey has navigating the shifting group travel market by staying one step ahead of trends
Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee opens in summer of 2015.
The city of Sanya on China’s Hainan island is renowned for its beaches and tropical setting, but it’s now also home to the world’s largest duty-free shopping center.
With the $4.4-billion Shanghai Disney resort slated to open in 2015 or early 2016, other major theme parks, including Universal Studios and Six Flags, are following suit and investing in China