G Adventures announced that it has entered into a preferred supplier relationship with Signature Travel Network, a multi-billion dollar travel consortium consisting of 200 members with over 400 travel agency locations in the United States and Canada representing over 6,000 travel professionals. Now in its 23rd year, G Adventures’ small traveling groups (average 10-12 passengers) enjoy the ease and convenience of local tour leaders known as Chief Experience Officers (CEOs) who provide insider perspective on the company’s tours, safaris and expeditions to more than 100 countries on all continents.
“Our partnership with G Adventures symbolizes both our consumer interest in the small group adventure travel market as well as our member agencies’ interest in working with travel companies with a purpose,” says Heidi Podjavorsek, Director, Sales and Marketing, Destination Partnerships, Signature Travel Network. “Our vision includes forging partnerships with companies like G Adventures who are recognized worldwide for offering sustainable and life changing travel opportunities. They will be a great addition to our Preferred Supplier Program.”
With G Adventures, Signature travel professionals and their clients can depend on 100% guaranteed departure dates, 24/7 service and a lifetime deposit that’s unparalleled.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Signature – an organization of premier travel professionals,” says G Adventures Managing Director Cyndi Zesk. “With G Adventures, Signature travel professionals will be able to match their clients travel interests with the best travel style – and there are seven travel styles to choose from including Small Ships, Family and Active portfolios. G Adventures offers their travel programs according to travel style versus simply by destination, helping agents better qualify and meet the needs of their customers.”
This agreement now expands G Adventures preferred supplier relationship throughout all of North America.
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