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About Travel Leaders
Each company expanded--Wagonlit throughout Europe and Africa, Ask Mr. Foster across the United States and Europe. Carlson Companies Inc. purchased Ask Mr. Foster in 1979; the company changed its name to Carlson Travel Network in 1990. Carlson Travel Network and Wagonlit Travel merged in 1997, forming Carlson Wagonlit Travel. Then in 2008, that company joined with Travel Leaders and Tzell Travel Group to form what is known today as the Travel Leaders franchise.
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Franchise 500® Rank History
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Highest Rank: 124
Lowest Rank: 400
Where Seeking Franchisees:
Franchisor is seeking new franchise units worldwide.
Operations & Franchisor Support
Training Onsite: varies
Training at headquarters: 3 days
Additional Training: Workshops, 1-2 days each; online training
Number of employees required to run: 10
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