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Growing & glowing: TTI Travel welcomes new advisors

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  •   09-23-2021  8:41 pm
  •   Pax Global Media

Growing & glowing: TTI Travel welcomes new advisors
From left: Karen Wyers, Rosalba Chiappetta. (Supplied)
Pax Global Media

TTI Travel is growing as it announces the addition of three travel advisors to the “TTI Travel Circle” and advisor community.

John Gravel is joining TTI Travel from Montreal.  He has strong ties to Cirque du Soleil and Lune Rouge, a new venture for Guy Laliberte, and he is also looking to expand his corporate and luxury leisure business. 

Gravel is new to having the benefits of Virtuoso and BCD in his toolbox and “we are sure that he will be successful in his endeavors here at TTI Travel,” the company said.

Rosalba Chiappetta has been in the industry for more than 35 years and is joining us from First In Service (F1S) in Toronto. 

Chiappetta’s strong leisure background coupled with her knowledge and skill from an operational standpoint has enabled her to make the decision to become an Independent Contractor. 

Chiappetta’s strong client following and background gives her the ability to own her own business as she moves forward.

“Her love for travel, partnered with her industry experience is a great addition to TTI Travel and advisor community,” the company said.

Karen Wyers who transitioned from being the Head Concierge at the Four Seasons Toronto to joining TTI Travel earlier this year. 

Wyers has embraced the many nuances of the travel industry, and coupled with her robust social media activities and her depth of knowledge in providing premium customer service, “she has already proven to have made the right decision to change careers,” the company said.

“We are thrilled to be welcoming these three advisors to the TTI family.  This demonstrates our ongoing commitment and ability to attract and work with some of the best advisors in the travel industry,” said Rocky Racco, CEO of TTI Travel, in a release.

The TTI Travel advisor community enjoys the support and benefits of offering best in class commissions and support to engaged and talented advisors who all assist each other in an open, supportive and collaborative manner, the company said.

TTI Travel said it is in “the second stage” of recalling support staff as its luxury leisure, corporate and group business continues to increase month over month.

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