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Travel Agencies Are Seeing a Boom -- and This Franchise Knows Why

Learn how Rob Steinfeld and Dean Hanson set up a franchise and joined the unexpected travel boom.
Source: CruiseShipCenters

The travel industry’s conventional wisdom has gone like this: As sites like Travelocity and Kayak made it easier for people to book vacations themselves, travel agencies withered and died. But that’s not actually true. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, after a steep drop-off in the

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