Northeastern University Athletics Selects Anthony Travel


SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Northeastern University Athletics named Anthony Travel as their Official Travel Partner. As of July 1, Anthony Travel will be the preferred provider of all travel arrangements for Husky athletics, including air, hotel, bus, car, charter and hospitality needs for teams, coaches, administration and staff.

“Following an exhaustive selection process where we evaluated many of the top travel providers in the country, we selected Anthony Travel primarily due to the extensive experience and high record of service with other schools,” said Associate Athletic Director Ed Stoner. “Their focus on collegiate travel is significant for us. They will bring desired savings to our athletic program, and we appreciate their desire to work with schools which have a strong standard of excellence.”

Northeastern becomes the tenth institution to designate Anthony Travel as a year-round travel partner. Anthony Travel, a full-service travel management company, provides travel services to many of the nations most prestigious universities such as the University of Notre Dame, Stanford University Athletics, University of North Carolina Athletics, Purdue University Athletics, Indiana University Athletics, and Princeton University.

“We are pleased and honored to be working with Northeastern University. This is a great day for our company,” said John Anthony, President and CEO. “Northeastern has a strong commitment to excellence . They are an ideal partner for us, and we are committed to deliver extraordinary service to them.”

Northeastern University begins Colonial Athletic Association competition this fall, and is an integral part of the New England sports community. The Huskies field 19 NCAA Division I varsity athletic teams and have garnered numerous conference titles and NCAA post-season appearances.

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