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It's hard to believe that a full year has passed since we announced that ARC's Board of Directors voted to approve revisions to your Agent Reporting Agreement (ARA); and now it's coming to fruition... Read More
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, ARC
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The updated ARA offers ARC participating agencies more flexible, efficient options for accreditation and daily operations while maintaining the current operational integrity of ARC's reporting and settlement system.
The updates that were presented, and ultimately accepted by dozens of travel agency, airline, and travel association leaders throughout the United States, were a result of numerous conversations. There was a need to modernize the ARA both operationally and editorially. Although there have been amendments to the ARA in the past, which have allowed for modernization, the July 1, 2013 changes will encompass not just updates to the ARA itself, but it will also include complementary updates to processes closely associated with the ARA. For instance, the retention of one's ARC number should they move outside of the state for which that ARC number was issued.
Note: Two (2) main changes to processes that are not reflected in the ARA itself are multiple ARC numbers at one location and the ability to retain an ARC number when moving to another state.
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"ARC sought to meet the needs of today's travel agency. With such a diverse agency customer base to service, it cannot be easy, but with the revised ARA as an example, I look forward to more good things to come from ARC."
Barry Richcreek, co-owner of Richcreek Vacation Center