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Luggage Forward® Unveils New Travel Advisor Portal at Virtuoso Travel Week

Luggage Delivery Service Enhances Planning, Booking and Commission Tracking Tools

BOSTON, Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Luggage Forward, the worldwide leader in door-to-door luggage shipping services, today unveiled several exciting enhancements to its travel advisor portal. These new features enable travel professionals to seamlessly add door-to-door luggage delivery to their clients' itineraries, while earning commission for every booking.

Luggage Forward's advisor portal now provides a suite of online tools, complemented by world class offline support, that include:

Real-Time Reporting – Access client bookings and corresponding commission data.
Co-Branded Microsites – Create unique booking portal with custom imagery, copy and logo.
Promotional Campaigns – Develop and track marketing campaigns across many channels.
User & Agency Hierarchies – Build team hierarchy with multiple users and agency offices.
Group Booking Sites – Allow easy booking for groups traveling to the same destination.

"Increasing numbers of travelers are looking for ways to maximize their vacations by reducing airport time and eliminating the possibility of lost luggage, and luggage shipping is the solution to this," said Zeke Adkins, co-founder of Luggage Forward. "We are committed to providing Virtuoso advisors with the best tools available to seamlessly add the convenience of luggage delivery to their clients' itineraries."

Since becoming a Virtuoso Preferred Supplier in 2009, Luggage Forward's portal user base has grown to more than 1,800 Virtuoso advisors from the 340 Virtuoso agencies across North and South America, the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand. 

"Luggage Forward provides our 250+ advisors, across multiple offices, the online tools and personal support that makes offering door-to-door luggage delivery to our clients easy and simple," said Jennifer Wilson-Buttigieg, Co-President of Valerie Wilson Travel, Inc. "Having used Luggage Forward to ship luggage as well as golf clubs, I do not hesitate in recommending them to clients."

For the past decade, Luggage Forward has pioneered the process of shipping luggage and sports equipment to more than two hundred countries and territories worldwide, saving travelers' time, stress and money at the airport.  These portal enhancements demonstrate Luggage Forward's commitment to providing the travel advisor community and their clients with the best and most convenient way to travel.

About Luggage Forward
Since 2004, Luggage Forward has provided reliable and guaranteed delivery of luggage and sports equipment to travelers worldwide through a global network of logistics partners, innovative technology and unparalleled customer care. Luggage Forward is the smart and convenient alternative to carrying and checking bags. We are a Virtuoso® Preferred Supplier and an exclusive luggage delivery provider for world leading travel brands including Abercrombie & Kent, Butterfield & Robinson, Exclusive Resorts, Haversham & Baker, Perry Golf, Seabourn Cruise Line and Visa. Experience Luggage Forward at: www.luggageforward.com.

Contact:
Kristina Scuoteguazza
[email protected]

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