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The Travel Corporation Celebrates 100th Anniversary by Sharing Memorable Moments Throughout 2020

The Travel Corporation Celebrates 100th Anniversary by Sharing Memorable Moments Throughout 2020

Cypress, Calif. — January 30, 2020 – The Travel Corporation (TTC), the leading family-owned and run travel group of 42 award-winning brands is celebrating its first 100th Year Anniversary by sharing memorable moments throughout 2020 with its family, team members, guests, and partners across the globe. Beginning in August 1920, its roots can be traced back to a small South African fishing village, Paternoster, where TTC Chairman and guiding visionary, Stanley Tollman’s father – Solomon Tollman – owned a charming small hotel which still exists today. This significant place is where their exceptional family business was born along with their ethos, “driven by service.”


Each month this year, TTC will highlight its momentous milestone with inspiring personal stories, and shareable video content. Team members will also participate in giving back opportunities through TTC’s CSR initiatives and TreadRight’s sustainable travel projects by making travel matter. To view The Travel Corporation’s 100th Anniversary Celebration video please click this link:


“For the past century, we are grateful for the strong sense of trust we have developed with our loyal travel advisors, travelers and guests, by being driven by service and delivering truly immersive experiences and extraordinary holidays,” said Brett Tollman, Chief Executive of The Travel Corporation. “We are continuing to innovate into the next century with our digital transformation and creating personalized, life-changing journeys for our valued guests.”


To inspire guests’ wanderlust and celebrate a new year and new decade, each Travel Corporation team member has shared their personal 2020 #TTCTop10 travel buckets lists highlighting their top destinations and TTC journeys. Brett Tollman’s notable list features emerging destinations including Colombia and conscious travel to the Ecuadorian Amazon to participate in a sustainable development project with TreadRight’s partner, ME to WE.His list is being showcased on the TTC website along with other team members’ lists:


For more information, please contact your local Sales Manager or visit Join the conversation on social media on Twitter or Instagram using #TTC100.



About The Travel Corporation:

The Travel Corporation (TTC) is a highly successful, family owned and passionately run international travel group. Our philosophy is simple – to create enriching experiences for travellers by combining an unbeatable amalgamation of exceptional service and consistent quality at great value. Whether a family or a couple, a group, or traveling solo – TTC offers holiday experiences for everyone. Our multi-award-winning portfolio ranges from luxury hotels and boutique river cruises, to independent holiday package companies and a variety of guided travel experiences. For more information about TTC, visit #MakeTravelMatter


About The TreadRight Foundation:

Created as a joint initiative between The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) family of brands, The TreadRight Foundation is a not-for-profit working to help safeguard the planet, wildlife & people for generations to come. To date, TreadRight has supported over 50 sustainable tourism projects worldwide. The Foundation’s guiding principle is to encourage sustainable tourism through conservation, leadership and support for communities. The Foundation’s priorities are set by the Steering Committee. Past project partners include WWF, Conservation International, WildAid, The Travel Foundation and The National Trust in the UK. Current initiatives include supporting various women’s social enterprises, the recently announced Wildlife Conservation Society’s Big Cat fund, and working with inspiring nature advocates like Céline Cousteau, Costas Christ and Terri Irwin. To learn more about our past and current work at TreadRight, please visit us at and follow us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter using our hashtag #MakeTravelMatter.