Ovation Travel Group Creates Amenity Kits for Safer Travels

As some destinations are removing or reducing stay-at-home orders, Ovation Travel Group shared that it is prepping special care amenity kits to enhance the safety and confidence of its travelers once they resume their travels. As one of the largest independently owned travel management and luxury leisure travel companies headquartered in the U.S., Ovation will offer “Standing with You” kits that include a variety of essential health care items. At the time of booking, Ovation’s corporate and leisure clients may request the complimentary kits.

According to Metselaar, “Ovation: Standing with You” kits will include a face mask, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, tissues and a thermometer.

“Maintaining the trust of our clients has never been more critical, so in our efforts to assuage their concerns about their health and safety as much as possible, ‘Ovation: Standing with You’ amenity kits will enhance their peace of mind when they get back on the road,” said Paul Metselaar, chairman and CEO of Ovation Travel Group, in a statement.

Metselaar added that Ovation is seeing demand increase among some clients, although he admits “travel will not come back overnight.”

Ovation Travel Group is one of the largest independently owned travel companies headquartered in the U.S. It is a $1.5 billion travel company with travel consultants in more than 30 locations throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Ovation is the largest affiliate of BCD Travel and utilizes BCD’s global network to fulfill its clients’ travel programs across the globe. With over 700 employees and over 200 independent travel advisors, Ovation provides business travel services, bespoke luxury travel experiences and meeting and special events planning for over 700 professional organizations and over 200,000 travelers.

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