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Sky Bird Travel & Tours Marks 45th Anniversary in Bahamas

Shareholders and Sky Bird Leadership Team Members: (top left) Michael Dunne, Akshay Shah, Neetu Singh, Rupesh Velji, John Burbidge, Raj Patel, Brad La Nasa,Richard Krieger, Umesh Patel, (bottom left) Mr. Arvin Shah, Mrs. Jaya Shah, and Priya Shah.

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SOUTHFIELD, MI- Imagine your employer treating you to a weekend in the Bahamas. And before you thought that dream jobs like these existed only in stories, hear it from the employees at Sky Bird Travel & Tours Inc.

Marketing Director Neetu Singh started the event with a lovely introduction speech. She welcomed the crowd, then invited each of the company’s stakeholders to present awards and snap commemorative photos. In total, 39 employees were recognized with a certificate, glass award, and letter of appreciation with a gift of future travel.

As part of its 45th Anniversary Celebration, one of the largest travel consolidators in North America, took its employees and their families on a 3-night cruise to the Bahamas. Over Labor Day weekend, the Royal Caribbean welcomed the company on their lavish cruise ship—Freedom of the Seas. The company hosted a surprise appreciation event in the ship’s luxurious Star Lounge to honor employees of over 10 years of loyalty.

Mr. Arvin Shah joined the stage to deliver an earnest speech thanking many long-term employees and organizers of the anniversary cruise. He also thanked Marianne Hessler for her dedication and service as Sky Bird’s ambassador for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line.

Over the past 45 years, Sky Bird Group has grown from two employees to a staff of over 200. They have 3 international offices and 10 offices located throughout the United States, including New York, Houston, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Atlanta, and Chicago.

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