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THE ASPIRE TRAVEL CLUB


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The UK’s


only industry-wide luxury travel community


BEST LUXURY TRAVEL SELLERS WILL BE HONOURED AT ASPIRE AWARDS 2017 This year two new awards have been


The Aspire Awards will once again honour the best agents in the luxury sector. The gongs will


be presented at the Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards on July 11


at a ceremony in London, with Celebrity Cruises sponsoring the four categories.


introduced. Agents are encouraged to nominate themselves, but for the first time suppliers are also being asked to nominate the Aspire agents they see as best matching the criteria. The categories are: Aspire Extra Mile


Award, Aspire Independent Agency of the Year, Aspire Homeworker of the Year and Aspire Agent of the Year. Celebrity Cruises will host shortlisted agents for a special afternoon event on


the day of the awards. Jo Rzymowska, UK and Ireland managing director of sponsor Celebrity Cruises, said: “Celebrity Cruises is proud to be a supporter of the Aspire Awards. The event showcases the best in luxury travel, and we’re thrilled to be part of the celebration and recognition of the finalists. “We love meeting the Aspire Award


finalists who have amazing track records in setting new standards in service, knowledge and passion when it comes to luxury travel. The Aspire Awards are the most prestigious occasion for luxury travel agents and the operators.” Aspire editor Hollie-Rae Brader said:


“The Aspire agent community is very engaged and it’s important we reward and recognise those who are a key part of that community.”


6 — aspire march 2017


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