As a Show of Support to New Ownership at a Member Function, Former Owner of Travel Services Center, Eric Shuman Books Travel with His Previous Company

Eric Shuman is proud of where his former company has gone in the last year and booked a trip to Italy at a recent member function to show his support of the new management and ownership.

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Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

Eric Shuman knows a little about travel, and yet he just booked his recent Italy trip at a Travel Services function to show support of the new ownership and the direction they've taken his former company.

Having been in the Travel Business and Timeshare Industry for over 21 years, Eric's expertise and passion for vacations was unsurpassed. Now, a year after he's done, he reflects back to September 2012, when Eric sold his Travel Club to a group of private investors for 36 million dollars.

A native of Philadelphia, Eric grew up wanting to travel the world. Yet every time he shared this dream with others, he was told that "only rich people travel". To which Eric would then say, "Then I guess I have to do something about that as well." And he did.

In a span of over 13 years, Eric opened up Travel Club offices in over 20 different cities nationwide including Napa, CA., Fresno, CA., Las Vegas, NV., Miami Beach, FL., Austin, TX., Philadelphia PA. , San Francisco, CA., Scottsdale, AZ., and Valencia, CA.

Eric Shuman's Travel Club had over 100,000 members. They get amazing discounts on any and all travel, with the exception of airfare. The airlines are so competitive that margins are small; there's just not a lot of savings to get. "We're a full service travel agent. We'll do all the research, book you an amazing vacation, and save you a ton of money," Eric says. "I like to think we're old school. Remember when all the travel agents were in the malls? They were professionals we'd all look up to with respect. Now everyone thinks they can do it themselves, on the internet. Unfortunately, they end up with lousy vacations, spending way too much on their accommodations, and have no money left over to have fun, go out to nice restaurants, and buy something fun to remember their trip. But not our members, they're spoiled, and I wouldn't have it any other way."

Eric said, "I'm proud of where the company is headed, and I'm glad to be a part of it's rich history of helping families vacation together."


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