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Fathom becomes a Signature Travel Network preferred supplier

Fathom becomes a Signature Travel Network preferred supplier

Fathom has become a preferred supplier for the important Signature Travel Network. The agreement enables the new Carnival Corp. brand to market to a broad audience of purpose-driven travelers by leveraging Signature’s network of 205 members across 442 locations in the US and Canada with more than 6,000 front-line travel consultants.

'The Signature travel professionals are known for having lasting relationships with travelers seeking one-of-a-kind experiences and we feel fortunate to have a preferred partnership with them to effectively connect with our target audience of travelers,' Fathom president Tara Russell said.

'No other company provides what Fathom offers, and we believe Fathom will be a tremendous asset to our portfolio,' according to Alex Sharpe, president and ceo, Signature Travel Network.

Signature members represent a diverse grouping of retail travel companies, including many of the nation's top multi-location, market dominant organizations, single location boutique travel specialists, cruise-only agencies and top Internet-based marketers.

Signature works with its preferred supplier network to provide member agencies with exclusive offers and benefits to help close sales and build client loyalty.

Fathom's Adonia will make its maiden voyage to the Dominican Republic in April and is scheduled to begin sailing to Cuba in May, subject to Cuban approval.

 

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