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NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 27, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Pat Dawson) How to get the same discounts on travel that travel agents receive featured; details given of how "independent" travel agents, who obtain credentials through "card mills," get discounts. [Importer Craig CANTANZORITE, American Society of Travel Agents Steve LOUCKS, Global Travel Michael GROSS, Randy WARREN, travel agent Mark Alan REINKE, Ritz Carlton Hotels Barbara LOOTZ - comment on the pros and cons involved.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) A warning for frequent flyers that miles expire on New Year's Eve noted. [Aviation Systems Research Corporation Mike BOYD - explains the frequent flyer system.]

Dawson, Pat;
Williams, Brian

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