Friday, April 12, 2024

Travel agents: Stick with us


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Don’t book online, use your travel agent.

That’s the plea from president of the Travel Agents Association of Barbados, Indar Weir, stressing it was a way to save jobs and keep money in the country.

Weir said given the current economic climate, Barbados could “ill afford to have people going online to book their tickets”.

“Consider doing business through your travel agency until we get out of these difficult economic times we are in. We cannot afford to ignore the indicators that face us and just do things at random,” he cautioned.

Weir said Barbadians needed to be clear in their thinking and pool together to bring this country out of the morass it is in.

Please read the full story in today’s SUNDAY SUN, or in the eNATION edition.


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