|At Matador®, we focus on engineering high performance travel equipment.
Our strengths in design, material technology,
and creative construction inspire us to develop innovative
products that bring outdoor expertise to the pursuit of travel.
Please contact Derek Hancock at firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-242-6437 or visit www.MatadorUp.com for more info.
TGA’s offerings are continuously evolving, and right now we are working to provide what you — travel goods buyers — need. Have an opinion about how TGA can best support buyers like you? Our marketing representative, Kate Ryan, would like to speak with you. Please email Kate at email@example.com. We promise it will be quick!
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THE BUFFALO NEWS
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|Prima USA Travel Inc.
Based in Los Angeles, Prima USA Travel Inc. designs and manufactures suitcases, bags, and travel accessories always with the traveler in mind. Prima houses an extensive catalog of luggage for all market tiers under American Green Travel, Puíche, AMKA, Vino Via, American Sport Plus, and ArgoSport labels. For more information, please visit primausatravel.com, or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 323-838-0801.
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HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
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After two years of stagnation due to COVID-19, the skies are open once again for travelers, a boost to airport retail and tax-free shopping. In 2021 during lockdowns and travel restrictions the global airport retail market was valued at $20.1 billion according to data from Research and Market. These figures are expected to more than double to $41.6 billion by 2027. READ MORE
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