Congratulations, Katie Levent!
Travel Agent’s 9th Annual 30 Under 30 Awards Winner
Plan ahead to save money on spring break travel
Tammy Levent, owner of Elite Travel, was recently featured on News Channel 8. Click the link below to read Tammy Levent’s tips and tricks for Spring Break Travel.
Tampa, Fla. – Local travel agent Tammy Levent has been nominated for a Travvy Award in the category of Most Innovative Travel Agent for the second year in a row!
Earlier this year, Tammy Levent won the 2015 TRAVVY award as the Most Innovative Travel Agent. Since entering the race for the award in 2014 Tammy has proven that she still is the most innovative agent in the travel industry. By continuing to use her strategic partnerships to create new travel trends and new travel experience opportunities Tammy has raised the bar just a little bit higher in less than a year! Because of this, it’s no surprise that Tammy has been nominated for a Travvy Award in the category of Most Innovative Travel Agent for the second year in a row!
The annual Travvy Awards, presented by travAlliancemedia, recognize the highest standards of excellence in the industry today and honor travel companies, travel products, travel agencies and destinations for their outstanding achievement.
Travel Guru Tammy Levent Wins Silver AND Gold Magellan Awards
Palm Harbor, Fla. – Travel guru and CEO of Elite Travel Tammy Levent has won a Silver and a Gold Magellan Award honoring the best in travel!
In the Travel Agent Innovation individual category Tammy won the Gold Magellan award and for the Travel Agent Training Program category Tammy’s training program the Travel Agent Success Kit (TASK) took home the silver!
Family speaks after forced off Disney cruise out of Florida
Argument for having a good, old fashioned travel agent
Royal Caribbean is coming under fire for allegedly leaving an elderly American man stranded in a hospital in Bartin, Turkey after he fell and broke his hip. Dodge and Jill Melkonian, of Clearwater, Fla., were on an Azamara cruise, which is owned by Royal Caribbean, when Dodge fell and broke his hip requiring medical care that went beyond the capabilities of the ship’s doctors. Tammy Levent, founder of Elite Travel, the couple’s long-time travel agent, told Fox News that the ship’s crew left them at a hospital in Bartin, where little English is spoken and, due to cultural rules, prohibits women inside the facility. Read more…
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