TravelSearch Network™ was founded in 1983 to help Travel Professionals find the right Travel Company and to help Travel Companies find the right Travel Professional. With thousands of successful placements, we have developed relationships with both candidates and employers which help the matching process of putting the RIGHT PERSON in the RIGHT JOB.
The travel industry has gone through difficult changes since 1983. We have survived 1991, 1995, 1999-2000 and 911 related recession along with many travel colleagues. Survivors find a way to make it and we keep helping to keep the American Travel Industry vibrant and strong. We are working with traditional travel agencies today along with regional and global companies. We are a preferred vendor with the biggest and best as well as the best carriage trade specialists. Bring on the challenges… we shall make the best of it!
After training at Wilma Boyd Travel School in Pittsburgh, Gina worked for Ask Mr Foster as a travel agent in Pittsburgh, then in Dallas with First Tours (both Carlson companies) as a tour reservations agent. She then worked in the airline and car rental industry. Gina joined TravelSearch Network™ in 1987. She took on increasing responsibility in personnel placement as her skills and knowledge increased, becoming in 1992 a co-owner of the corporation and Vice President of Operations.
Paul first worked in the airline industry in operations, reservations and sales in Dallas, New York and Houston. Next he entered the travel agency industry as an agent, then supervisor and manager in Dallas and Kansas City. In 1987 he also joined TravelSearch Network™ and was involved in travel agency consulting, brokering the sales of agencies, personnel placement and administration of TSN. He became co-owner of the corporation and Vice President of Administration in 1992.
Jim was the founder of TravelSearch Network™ in 1983. He incorporated the company as Jim Schwarz Associates, Inc., dba TravelSearch Network™ in 1985 in Dallas, Texas. Jim was an airline guy - beginning with Delta he moved from ticket agent to sales, from Florida to New Orleans. He was sales manager with KLM for several years, then with Alitalia where rose to Vice President of Sales for North America. He then worked for Braniff sales as a sales executive until 1982 where he "turned off the lights" at Braniff sales. Jim was
respected by most people who knew him. We still miss him though he passed in 1992.