When travel agency Dearborn shuts down, its employees say it’s for the better
Dearborn, Michigan – Travel agency Dearburn is shutting down.
The Chicago-based travel agency says it’s closing its doors to new employees, citing a declining market and a change in the market that resulted in a decline in revenue.
The decision follows a year-long review of its business model and operations.
Dearborn is the first city in the US to announce the closure of a travel agency.
It will be the second one to close in two years, after the Philadelphia-based Holiday Inn Express shuttered its doors last year.
“As our business continues to decline, we are making the tough decision to shut down our operations in Dearborn.
The company has been operating in a tough business environment for the past year,” said Chris Lutnick, CEO of Dearborn’s Travel & Tourism Association.
“We believe our continued success and continued growth will not come from a single source.”
The Travel & Travel Association, a group of travel agents, was created in 2011 to help local businesses improve their business.
It’s also a non-profit organization that supports travel agents through scholarships and grants.
In a statement, the Travel & T travel agency said it’s taking steps to transition its operations to a new model and said it would remain a strong supporter of the local travel industry.
A spokesperson for Holiday Inn said the decision was made due to the impact that the holiday season had on our business.
Holiday Inn had planned to stay open for another four months, but announced the closure after a downturn in its business.
The agency’s board voted to close the Holiday Inn outlet at 10 a.m. today, and will transition to a different location.
Holiday Hotels & Resorts said it plans to open a new Holiday Inn in 2018.
The Holiday Inn Holiday Inn & Resort will close tomorrow.
Holiday Express will be relocating to a location in 2018 Holiday Inn Hotels Group said the holiday period has been particularly difficult for the Holiday Express network.
HolidayExpress has been struggling to find a consistent source of income.
The Holiday Express brand has been hit by the economic downturn, the decline in the tourism industry, and other factors, the company said in a statement.
HolidayInsights, which tracks the industry, says Holiday Express has lost more than half of its annual revenue for the last six years.
The travel agency has seen declining sales of rooms, flights and other holiday spending.
Travelers who bought Holiday Express tickets during the holiday periods are being asked to return them and rebook at a lower price.