Honolulu, HI (Vocus) June 22, 2010
Hawaii Aloha Travel, an agency focused exclusively on Hawaii vacations, was recognized by Travel Age West for its ability to generate sales despite the odds.
Hawaii Aloha Travel outperformed the travel industry growth rate by over 300%. This remarkable accomplishment earned the Hawaii vacations travel agency recognition from Travel Age West, the leading travel industry publication in the western United States, at the annual Wave Awards.
Travel Age West’s Wave Awards recognize the outstanding qualities and services of travel suppliers for agents in the western US as well as outstanding performance of travel agents themselves.
“Hawaii Aloha Travel is honored and humbled to receive the Travel Age West distinction. We pride our agency team on the fact that all of our expert agents actually live in Hawaii and that we provide superior customer service and detailed insider knowledge of Hawaii,” remarked Bruce Fisher, co-founder of Hawaii Aloha Travel and 19 year resident of The Aloha State.
Fisher attributes much of the Hawaii vacations agency’s success to various online marketing efforts which keep travelers informed and connected to Hawaii through Hawaii Aloha Travel.
The 5th annual Travel Age West Wave Awards ceremony was held June 10, 2010, at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.
About Hawaii Aloha Travel
Hawaii-Aloha.com has helped thousands of travelers plan and book trips to the Hawaiian Islands. All of its expert vacation agents are home-based in Hawaii, providing uniquely valuable advice and personal service that only a team which truly knows Hawaii can deliver. Endorsed by Hawaii’s largest wholesale travel providers, Hawaii-Aloha.com understands internet travel purchasing and the needs of its customers. The Hawaii vacations agency is a certified agency with International Airlines Travel Agent Network and Cruise Line International Association. Hawaii-Aloha.com also carries membership with Better Business Bureau and American Society of Travel Agents. To learn more about the agency and Hawaii, visit http://www.hawaii-aloha.com.