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NTA, GE extend finance program

Posted on October 24, 2007

The National Tour Association and GE Money announced a five-year extension of the GE Money Travel Finance Program for tour operators.  


GE Money’s Sales Finance Unit managed the NTA credit card program, which launched as a pilot in July 2006 for the purchase of packaged tours, vacations and other travel-related expenses.  


In addition to offering travelers deferred interest and extended payment financing on one-time trips or ongoing travel, NTA tour operators receive point-of-sale and other marketing materials and equipment, as well as training on how to effectively use the finance program. T


he NTA program provides a menu of promotions and offers to fit multiple tour operator markets. NTA tour operators customize packages for any interest or need and have a global membership of tourism professionals involved in the growth and development of the packaged travel industry.

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