"We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us."            


Today, with the overwhelming number of resources for travel information (the Internet, television,
newspapers, magazines, guidebooks, etc.), it's no wonder consumers are confused when it comes
to travel. That's precisely why the services of a Travel Specialist are more valuable than ever. The
best service a Travel Specialist can provide is to learn their clients' interests and lifestyles in order
to match them up with the vacation that's right for them. 

Following is a list of some of the important services provided by Travel Specialists.

1. Distilling the product information: Through an on-going and time-consuming process of familiarization, continuing education, experience, and client feedback, a Travel Agent becomes a Travel Specialist, an expert in their field.

2. Investigating and supplying competitive information: A travel supplier isn't going to advise a consumer that a better option or a better price is available through a competing travel supplier.

3. Staying abreast of the most current and timely promotions: Via daily faxes, agent-only e-mail, and communication with key members of numerous travel suppliers' staff, Travel Specialists are able to obtain the most current promotional information available.

4. Analyzing the current promotions: The least expensive is not always the best.

5. Clarifying the fine print, such as cancellation penalties and restrictions: The benefits of a travel professional's experience can save a traveler money and unnecessary stress.

6. Making recommendations for travel-related options: Travel Specialists share their experience and knowledge about a variety of travel topics, including where to eat, where to shop, and what to do on your vacation.

7. Simplifying the research and subsequent transaction: Like a personal shopper, Travel Specialisrs can provide one-stop shopping for travelers who require air arrangements, hotel stays, cruise accommodations, activities and rental cars - with recommendations that are in the best interest of their client; not the travel supplier.

8. Enhancing the trip with value-added benefits and amenities: Due to their special relationships and affiliations. Travel Specialists can often add to the client's experience by obtaining room upgrades, free meals, spa discounts, and other amenities. 

9. Using their clout to obtain the best possible in seemingly impossible situations: Whether it's hotel rooms, cruise space, show tickets, etc., the Travel Specialist has more buying power than the consumer.

10. Getting problems resolved: The Travel Specialist serves as the client's advocate in the event something inadvertently goes wrong.

                           Do you still want to gamble on your vacation? If so, even though we don't promote it on our website,
                                       we're also Las Vegas Certified Travel Specialists, so we can help you there as well.

       If you'd like someone to create a travel experience for you that is yours alone - shaped by your needs, tastes, and dreams, -                                                               contact a Lighthouse Travel Certified Travel Specialist.

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