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The Travel Corporation Make Travel Matter

3rd October 2019 - 10:30am

Sharon Jordan and Brian Hynes (Both TTC)

Sharon Jordan and Brian Hynes (Both TTC)

The Travel Corporation and TreadRight announced Make Travel Matter Pledge in celebration of World Tourism Day, encouraging travellers to stand with them for people, planet and wildlife.

 

Guided by The TreadRight Foundation, a joint initiative between TCC’s family of award-winning brands, including Trafalgar, Uniworld, Insight Vacations, Contiki and Red Carnation Hotels, the pledge serves as the next step in a long-standing commitment to sustainable tourism and conscious travel. On World Tourism Day, last Friday, 27th September 2019, engaged citizens examined the positive impact travel has on the globe and TreadRight made its commitment public to Make Travel Matter.

 

Inspired by Palau’s First Lady, Debbie Remengesau who introduced the Palau Pledge, every one of TTC’s 10,000 strong team members and 42 sister companies worldwide are committing to make travel matter, with its new official pledge standing to help protect people, planet and wildlife. In celebration of World Tourism Day, all members of TTC’s family of brands will use the opportunity to stand up and personally commit to share TreadRight’s ethos as travellers, as travel providers and as members of the global travel industry.

 

“Our Make Travel Matter Pledge is another step on our journey and an impactful one as it further solidifies our commitment to helping protect the destinations we work with, its communities and local wildlife,” said Brett Tollman (Chief Executive The Travel Corporation and Founder The TreadRight Foundation). “As responsible travellers, TreadRight’s ethos has become part of our company’s DNA and what we stand for, and we share our pledge with our guests as well as partners in hopes they will join us.”


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