Classic Vacations Releases New Custom Group Websites

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Classic Vacations has introduced new private, customizable websites for groups traveling together, available for travel advisors. Called Travel Together, travel advisors can enable the new custom group websites via their Classic Vacations Group Coordinator, who will send a unique URL and instructions. The advisor can then personalize the site for their clients, create a custom URL, and add booking information and an invitation code. Once the site is prepared, it is presented to the client’s designated group leader, who can then invite their group members and manage the site. The group leader can further enhance their custom group website by adding personal photos, event details, and more.

“Our custom group websites (CGW) have been a couple years in the making,” said Melissa Krueger, general manager of groups at Classic Vacations, in a written statement, who said that the new sites would help travel agents to spread their personal brands.

Guests traveling with the group can create and manage their own booking and payment details at their convenience. When using a custom group website to manage group travel, all group guests will have access to live inventory, pulling directly from the contracted group space for hotels, air, and transfers.

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Travel advisors can email Classic Vacations’ dedicated groups team at [email protected] for more information.

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