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Omega World Travel Awarded UNICEF Travel Management Contract

FAIRFAX, VA – July 13, 2012 -- Omega World Travel (Omega), a woman-owned, global travel management company headquartered in Fairfax, VA, announced this week it has been awarded the UNICEF, New York HQ, travel management contract. UNICEF is a global humanitarian relief organization with more than 60 years of experience saving children's lives, working in more than 150 countries and supporting efforts in public health, disease prevention, logistics, political systems, human rights, education and emergency response. Omega will support UNICEF's mission by providing first in class customer care and complete travel management services.

"We are proud to be servicing such an important organization and are humbled by UNICEF's efforts to intervene on behalf of children worldwide. We can think of no better cause than to be partners with UNICEF in their mission," says Omega president and CEO, Gloria Bohan. "Overtime, we have worked with countless clients that support relief efforts on all continents and are honored to have this new opportunity to continue to play our part."

Celebrating its 40th year in business in 2012, Omega services numerous not-for-profit organizations, like UNICEF, along with NGOs, corporations and government entities. In addition, Omega is involved in community and philanthropic endeavors, supporting such groups as the National Capitol Area chapter of Junior Achievement. Recently, Gloria Bohan was recognized by the Global Woman P.E.A.C.E. Foundation and was appointed a board member to the World Affairs Council, an organization dedicated to global education.

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About Omega World Travel
Omega World Travel is a woman-owned, diversity supplier, and one of the largest travel management companies in the US. With worldwide headquarters in Fairfax, VA, Omega serves corporate, government, meeting, and leisure clients throughout the US., Europe, and the Middle East. Omega World Travel also owns, one of the largest sellers of cruises on the Internet, and TravTech, a software development company and Omega Meetings and Conference services.

UNICEF has saved more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization in the world. Working in more than 150 countries, UNICEF provides children with health care, clean water, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more.