Ely travel agents nominated for two Agent Achievement Awards

11:40 24 April 2014

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A travel agent with a branch in Ely has been nominated for two prestigious awards.

Premier Travel have been selected as finalists in the London and South East and Central England Large Agency categories at the Agent Achievement Awards.

The Agent Achievement Awards are organised by national travel trade magazine, Travel Weekly.

Premier Travel director Paul Waters said: “We are delighted to be nominated for this prestigious accolade; to have been selected as a finalist in both of these categories is excellent news for our staff across all of our independent branches.

“This has been a fantastic year for Premier Travel and we are very proud of the results that our dedicated staff have achieved.” Winners will be announced during a special ceremony in London on April 30.

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