Better times cheer Rosenbluth

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4 January 2002

PHILADELPHIA - In another indication that travel business is showing signs of recovery, Rosenbluth International has recalled nearly 300 of the 800 employees it stood down after September 11.

The travel management firm also said it would reinstate all pay to levels prior to the cuts instituted after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. Agent salaries had been cut 10 percent.

"Business conditions have improved and the decisive actions taken by our leadership in 2001 have allowed us to return to normalcy," said chairman and CEO Hal Rosenbluth.

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