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TORONTO — Travel Professionals International (TPI) says it is once again putting agents first by maintaining commission levels and extending Velocity Program benefits for 2021 and 2022.
Some of the key highlights for TPI Advisors include:
The Velocity Program, TPI’s long-running Loyalty & Recognition Program, pays back $298,000 annual to its advisors.
“Our advisors are leaning on us for support and stability and we want to ensure that we provide them with all the assurance needed for them to continue to build their business,” said Zeina Gedeon, CEO, TPI.
Gedeon added: “2019 was the best fiscal year growth TPI has seen, and we will be honouring all of the commission splits and recognition reward benefits based on our best year so far, which we are very proud of and proud of all the hard work of our advisors. We are a family and we are in this together.”
To read more updates from Gedeon, go to https://www.travelweek.ca/news/we-are-working-together-to-get-through-these-unprecedented-times-tpis-gedeon/.
To read Travelweek’s recent interview with Colton Chia, TPI’s Director of Partnerships, go to https://www.travelweek.ca/news/covid-19-questionnaire-colton-chia-tpi/.