Todd Randels formerly served as VP of Operations for 10 years at SOR Technology (SaveOnResorts.com)
October 14th, 2022 - (Travelers Rest, SC) Custom Travel Solutions has announced that Todd Randels has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer.
Upon announcing the hiring of Randels, Mike Putman, founder and CEO of Custom Travel Solutions said: "Todd brings a abundance of experience and relationships to our unique portion of the travel industry. Since most of our executive team has been with me for years if not decades, it’s awesome to have someone outside of our circle who is bringing a fresh approach and views from another perspective.” Further, Putman states, “With this addition to our executive staff, I’m more bullish than ever on our continuation of significant year over year growth.”
Before joining Custom Travel Solutions, Todd Randels spent 13 years in the travel technology industry, having served as Vice President of Operations for 10 years at SOR Technology (formerly SaveOnResorts.com). “After a year away, I am excited to get back into travel with an innovative company with top-tier technology and a strong focus on client and member satisfaction,” said Todd.
Custom Travel Solutions was selected in 2021 by industry peers as the world's best white-label travel club provider. With over 2 million hotels, 30,000 cruise itineraries, 24/7 customer service, and a variety of other add-on benefits, Custom Travel Solutions distinguishes itself from the competition by offering a fully customizable, branded platform for its clients.
The company serves 1) Membership-driven organizations seeking an increase in sales revenue and member retention, and 2) Medium-sized employers who are seeking to recruit and retain great employees. The company is headquartered in Travelers Rest, South Carolina.
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