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Crown Cruise Vacations teams up with

Crown Cruise Vacations has teamed up with to help assist its independent travel agents with a new way to earn business and generate leads by providing all new agents who sign up in the CCVAdvantage host agency program with a one-year paid membership to TripAtlas PRO (a $395 value).  Through the program travel agents can communicate directly with potential customers from across the globe.

“Our partnership with offers a valuable tool for independent travel agents looking to grow the scope of their business,” said Roger Poulard, director of the CCVAdvantage host agency program. “We are pleased to work with such a wonderful travel resource that serves as an online magazine and booking engine as well as provides a forum for agents to share their knowledge and expertise.”

Membership in the TripAtlas PRO grants travel professional access to a comprehensive online platform combining four key elements – reviewing and answering travel leads, online marketing of travel packages, building customer relations and tracking industry trends. A TripAtlas PRO membership is valued at $395, however it is included with membership in the CCVAdvantage program. enables travelers to contact TripAtlas PROs through Trip Builder, an innovative travel planning tool allowing the consumer to request the exact trip they’re interested in booking.  TripAtlas PRO travel agents can access hundreds of travel leads submitted by consumers using Trip Builder and reply directly and anonymously to the consumer, giving the customer full control in picking the best vacation that suits their needs.

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