WINDY CITY TIMES
||Carideo named top travel agent
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Peter Carideo, president of Chicago-based CRC Travel, has been named to Conde Nast Traveler's ninth annual Top Travel Specialist report, which showcases a collection of the industry's best travel-agent professionals in the world.
Honored as a specialist in gay and lesbian travel category for the sixth year in a row, Carideo
is one of only 128 travel agents recognized for their expertise in different countries or specialties that range from beach and spa vacations to wine tours and safaris. The results are published in the August issue of Conde Nast Traveler.
As a member of the Four Seasons Hotels Preferred Partners Program, the Ritz Carlton Stars Program and Abercrombie & Kent's Top 100 Club, Carideo is able to make certain the destinations and properties he selects are apropos for his clients.
See www.crctravel.com .
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