Valerie Wilson Travel Adds Vagabond Travel as Affiliate Agency

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Valerie Wilson Travel (VWT) announced on Monday that it has added Vagabond Travel as an affiliate agency. The addition of the New Jersey travel agency will continue to position VWT as one of the top travel management firms in the greater New York City area and expand VWT’s reputation in the luxury travel space.

Vagabond Travel, a member of Virtuoso, is a full-service travel agency specializing in leisure and corporate travel with clients nationwide. Established in 1971, the agency’s travel advisors create customized travel experiences, as well as cost-effective business itineraries, according to VWT. Vagabond Travel’s commitment to high-touch service, providing luxury travel experiences and exceeding client expectations aligns with VWT’s core values.

“Over the years, we have admired Vagabond Travel’s continuous growth in the industry. Their reputation and extensive experience will compliment VWT as a powerhouse in luxury travel,” said Patrick Fragale, executive vice president of VWT, in an announcement. “We truly believe the alignment with VWT will enhance the value and benefits offered to their clients.”

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As a 45-year travel industry veteran and agency owner, Ethel Sher has cultivated strong relationships with hoteliers and other industry suppliers, which she leverages on behalf of her agency and its clients. “Our goal is to provide a superior travel product at the best possible value to each client who looks to us for travel advice and trip planning, I wholeheartedly believe that this affiliation with VWT will allow us to continue doing just that, and more!” added Sher, president of Vagabond Travel.

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