Travel agent Abercrozines travel agency is being forced to open its doors to all African nations after a boycott from customers forced it to change its name.
The move is part of an effort by travel companies to attract more customers and avoid a backlash from customers.
Abercros is the name of a famous travel company in the United States that specializes in African markets, including Senegal.
It has offices in Senegal and Mozambique.
Abecromie, the name the company changed in November, was a popular travel agent in Senegal.
“I think it’s time for us to open our doors to other African nations and let them know that we’re here for them,” said Abecrozine CEO Fauzi Abeboune.
“We want them to know we’re not just for them.
We’re here to be their travel agent.”
Abercropies travel agency has been offering its customers a choice of a variety of travel products including travel packages and packages in exchange for a discount.
The company, which has more than 40 offices across the continent, will continue to offer discounts for customers to take advantage of its lower prices.
“It was very important for us, to be able to cater to a wider audience and give them a chance to choose their own destination,” said Adrienne, the executive chef at Abecros.
“With a brand like Abercrophie, we wanted to be the one offering a good experience for our customers.”
Abecropies said it had not received any complaints from customers who were boycotting the company, and it said it will not take any further action.
The Abecrobies travel agents in Senegal are in a difficult position, said Adriane.
“For us, we are still trying to survive,” she said.
“There’s a lot of bad press about us.
We are the first African travel agency that was open to customers and they can choose to stay in our country.”
“We have a good relationship with all the African countries and people, but now it is not going to be a good situation,” she added.
The boycott has made travel agents nervous about taking on new clients, but Abercrobies is already operating with a limited budget.
The travel agency in Senegal, which also serves African countries, has a $200 million budget, but only 10% of that is devoted to travel.
Abedrozie, which is owned by French company Abecos, is in the business of selling travel packages, and its clients can choose between hotels and motels.
Abebune said the company was planning to open an office in Mozambiques, but it is uncertain when that will happen.
“If we open an overseas office, the majority of the company’s customers will not come from Mozambican countries,” he said.
The business of offering travel packages in Senegal is a major revenue source for Abecrophies.
Abescropies also has a strong relationship with the African Union and African countries such as Angola, Botswana and Zambia.
“In Angola, we work with the government to support the development of the country,” Abecrocros executive chef Adriani said.
In Botswana, Abecracys clients include Angola’s President Pierre Nkurunziza and his wife.
In Angola, Abescrozies is a leading travel agent for tourists, including African countries.
The agency has offices across Angola, Mozambiqua, Mozabarica, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
“Abercrozo is the best travel agency with a good customer base in Angola,” said the head of the Botswana delegation to the United Nations Development Program, Adriene.
“Its service is excellent, and we welcome the new customers.”