Personal Travel Managers rolled up their sleeves and went to work with paintbrushes and hammers over the weekend, showcasing that working together can make a difference.As part of the group’s 2012 National Conference, agents joined children at Votualevu Public School in Nadia, Fiji where they assisted in much-needed renovation and redecoration projects.According to the group’s general manager, Michael Gazal, painting and construction projects, which took PTMs only two hours to complete, would have taken the school five to six years. He said that while he expected the day to be great he was not prepared for how “special” it would be.Check out photos below to see TravelManagers get their hands dirty in Fiji, otherwise click here to tag you and your friends on Facebook.Later that day TravelManagers announced a new partnership with Cruiseco, designed to help agents offer competitive prices to their clients. Click here for more. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J.
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