July 2006

In this issue...

Destination: Bermuda
by Jim Langford
President's Message
by Gary Fee
It’s All “Geek” to Me
by Anita Balamane
Managing Your Travel Business
by John Hawkes
Have we Become too Informal
by Penney Rudicil
What’s the Essence of Selling
by Bob Abrames
Hey Travel Agents where
by Ken Hall
Selling Cruises
by John Hawkes
Selling Travel 101
by John Hawkes
Can this Trip be Saved
by John Hawkes
Travel Niches
by John Hawkes
Fams & Seminars



Selling Travel 101: Enterprise Reaches Out to Home-Based Agents
by John Hawks

Last year, Enterprise Rent A Car -- the world's largest car rental company, in terms of vehicles and locations -- shook up the travel industry.

The car rental giant introduced its first formal travel agency program in 2005. Travel agencies around the United States helped Enterprise plan the program, and it shows. In a revolutionary step, Enterprise offers a truly customizable plan with three different options for rates and commissions. You can offer your clients Enterprise's standard GDS rates to earn 5 percent commissions, or you can choose among three alternative GDS rates with varying commission levels (0 percent, 10 percent, or 15 percent).

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OSSN Home  |  Destination: Bermuda  |  President's Message  |  It's All All “Geek” to Me
Managing Your Travel Business |  Have we Become too Informal  |  What’s the Essence of Selling
Hey Travel Agents where  |  Selling Cruises  |  Selling Travel 101  |  Can this Trip be Saved
Travel Niches  |  Fams & Seminars  |  Chapter News