Restructure at Stella sees new board

May 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);5/1/2009, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the restructuring of Stella Travel Services UK, a subsidiary of Stella Group Ltd. in Great Britain. Stella Travel's 8 directors, as reported, will be based out of company's existing offices in Great Britain including, London, and Chester in England, and Glasgow, Scotland, to run a more integrated business. Stella Travel's tour operating brands and retail sales functions, as reported, will be run by four general managers including, Andy Freeth, Tony Carty, and Dave Clayton.


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