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Classic Travel to be Official Travel Partner for FACETS International Gem & Jewelry Exhibition 2018

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From left: Classic Travel General Manager Sabry Bahaudeen; Classic Travel Chief Operating Officer Shiham Imamudeen; Sri Lanka Gem and Jewellery Association Chairman A.H.M. Imtizam; FACETS Sri Lanka 2018 Chairman Mushtaq Jabir and Sri Lanka Gem and Jewellery Association Executive Committee Member Ajward Deen

Classic Travel, the trusted brand in total travel solutions leading the market through innovation, has stepped up to be the official travel partner for the 28th edition of the FACETS International Gem and Jewelry Exhibition on 30 August-2 September 2018.  

This annual exhibition showcasing a vast variety of gemstones, work of local artisans to attract overseas market merchants, Classic Travel will provide total travel solutions including all inbound travel needs under the Expolanka Holdings Plc leisure arm. Classic Travel is the only travel agent in the country to be open 24 hours, 365 days a year with more branch offices located in Colombo 3, Galle, Hambantota, Ratnapura, Katunayake and its offshore office in Bangladesh.

Commenting on this partnership, Classic Travel Managing Director Saif Yusoof said: “Classic Travel is synonymous for offering innovative total travel solutions and with our longstanding relationships with the leading gem merchants and being their travel consultant over the years, we are confident that this is an opportune opportunity for this strategic partnership. We are an ISO 9001:2015 certified company and are able to deliver exceptional customer service standards to exhibitors and attendees.” 


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