A new line-up of directors of Advantage Travel Centres has been confirmed following a recent election by members.
Nick Marks (Baldwins Travel) was elected unopposed to represent members whose annual leisure travel turnover is more than £10 million.
Helen Tustin (Regal Travel) and Jackie Steadman (TravelTime World) were elected to represent members whose annual leisure travel turnover is less than £10 million.
James Beagrie (Meon Valley Business Travel) was elected unopposed to represent business travel members.
They were all elected as non-executive directors to serve two years on the board of Advantage.
Other non-executive directors are Mark Mitchell (Affinion Travel), Nicole Eaves (Garstang Travel) and Jimmy Martin (Jimmy Martin Travel) in addition to newly-appointed managing director Julia Lo Bue-Said, sales and marketing director Colin O’Neill, corporate director Ken McLeod and finance director Noel Mansell.
The consortium’s chairman, Ron Marks, said: “I am pleased to welcome back members who have previously served as directors on the Advantage board, as well as new faces, all of whom bring a wealth of experience and provide strength to the organisation.”
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