Baby boomers and the accessible travel market

As boomers reach retirement age, the tourism industry will need to adapt to meet their needs, according to a leading figure in accessible travel. Kahla Preston reports. Baby boomers are set to have…

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Amazing how hotels, restaurants and tourism in Canada has not figured out just how much discretionary money is available with disabled and aging populations within and outside of Canada. Apart from RBC + TD banks and now BMO, First Capital and 20 VIC plus BOMAToronto the # of large companies embracing this is paltry and not entrepreneurial in the least.  JESleeth OPC Inc

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