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Concierge Business Travel announced as new AOC Supplier

3 October 2013

AOC: Concierge Business Travel (part of the Concierge Travel Group) has proudly announced that it will support the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and the Australian Olympic Team as an Official Supplier, supporting Australian Athletes all the way to Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 to help them achieve their dreams of winning Olympic Gold

“The Australian Olympic Team has a rich history of showing fight and determination coupled with great success at the Olympics," Concierge Travel Group Managing Director Michael Keating said. "And we are pleased to be a part of it to help create more historic moments leading up to and at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

“The team here at Concierge Business Travel are very excited and are looking forward to providing the AOC and the Australian Olympic Team with the exemplary service, efficiency, and discretion that we are renowned for. Our role at Concierge Business Travel is to orchestrate the seamless flow of travel so that the AOC and team members enjoy the best possible travel experience and have the peace of mind to focus on what they do best, in this case, winning Olympic medals.”

Concierge Travel Group Executive General Manager Mary Gava added, “This partnership could not be a better fit for both the AOC and Concierge Business Travel. We are proud to be the official Business Travel Partner and proud to be associated with the AOC and the Australian Olympic Team.”

“The AOC ‘s association with Concierge Travel will ensure smoother passage for not only our athletes but also key officials heading to the 2016 Summer Games in Rio. Trouble free travel allows our Team to stay focused on the job at hand and we very much appreciate having Concierge as an official partner,” said the President of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coates.

”Concierge Business Travel will be providing full 360 degree/24 hour support to AOC Executives, officers, employees and Australian Olympic Team members from managing complex travel requirements to other travel related support."

This partnership with the Australian Olympic Committee is a continuation of Concierge Travel Group’s commitment to supporting Australian Athletes and the broader Australian community; from sponsoring Indigenous Australians with great potential for success in the field of Rugby Union with full scholarships at the University of Sydney and also sponsoring a legatee in association with Legacy Australia and St. Andrews College. The purpose of these scholarships is to nurture the professional and personal development of such young students so they are empowered to become leaders and role models in their communities, to also supporting charity events such as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, Earth Hour, Clean Up Australia Day and also being the major sponsor of the 2012 Rolex Sydney to Hobart yacht ‘Occasional Coarse Language Too’ in support of the Lymphoma Association of Australia with all corporate and private sponsorship going to the Association.

Concierge Business Travel will continue to hold themselves to the highest standards to ensure they deliver the AOC and the Australian Olympic Team the sort of results they demand from themselves, the best. As a passionate supporter, they will also proudly rally their clients and the Australian public behind our Australian Athletes in the lead up to and at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. 


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