Mason's Travel bids "orewar" to two of their most committed team members

Mason's Travel

02 Mar 2021

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After 33 and 43 years respectively of dedicated service to Mason’s Travel, Claude Bijoux and Jourdan Tirant are setting their sights on a well deserved retirement and spending more time with their respective families.

Claude began his career in 1988 as a driver – a position that he had maintained throughout his journey with Mason’s Travel. His extensive wealth of knowledge and energy were very impressive, and were appreciated by clients and colleagues alike.

PERSONALISED SERVICE

He always ensured that his clients received personalised experience while under his care, and has made lasting friendships with many of Mason’s Travel’s repeating clients.

Jourdan began his career in back 1978 as a driver and worked his way up to the position of Transport Executive – a role that he had maintained up until his retirement.

After taking a brief hiatus, Jourdan rejoined Mason’s Travel in 2013. The smooth functioning of Mason’s Travel’s operations within the transport division – whether in the office or at the airport – is evidence that Jourdan gave generously of his time and experience to his role.

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THEIR LEADERSHIP, KNOWLEDGE AND ETHICAL APPROACH TO HARD WORK

Over the last 43 years, Seychelles’ leading DMC has benefitted from Claude and Jourdan’s leadership, knowledge and ethical approach to hard work. Their positive can-do attitude and infectious joie de vivre will surely be missed!

The entire team at Mason’s Travel will feel the absence of Claude and Jourdan, and will never forget their contributions to the company.

On behalf of the Management Team, we invite you to join us in wishing Claude & Jourdan all the best in their retirement!

Submitted by Mason's Travel

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