Our Travel Experts
About CIRE Travel Experts: An affiliate of First in Service Travel
A long-time favorite among agencies, publishers, councils and others, New York’s most beloved corporate travel service is CIRE Travel, an affiliate of First in Service Travel. Our charismatic, resourceful travel advisors who make impossible arrangements possible are at your beck and call with Eric Hrubant at the helm. Exceptional concierge-like service is CIRE’s status quo. Our travel planning services are backed by the power and reach of First in Service Travel.
CIRE’s association with First in Service Travel makes us an even better connected partner for you whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure. Perks. Waivers. Upgrades. Go ahead, enjoy. You know people who know people.
Corporate travel solutions delivered with concierge-like service
CIRE has dedicated, smart travel experts who handle every travel scenario under any circumstances—from the merely inconvenient to the unimaginable—24/7. Supported by the global force of First in Service Travel, there’s nothing CIRE can’t arrange, or sometimes more importantly, rearrange. It’s this white-glove service that eliminates the stress of business travel so employees can really focus on their jobs.
Our clients are entrepreneurs and small to mid-sized businesses that simply do not have the staff or resources to devote to arranging their own travel or developing travel policies. At the end of the day, time is money.
Sure… your team can book flights, make reservations and arrange the details. Is the cost worth a frazzled staff and unnecessarily high travel budgets? Absolutely not. CIRE Travel takes an enormous load off travel budgets and in-house resources. Why wouldn’t your company use our corporate travel professionals?
Choosing CIRE to handle all of your business travel is a decision you’ll wish you had made a long time ago.
The Story Behind the CIRE Name
CIRE. It rhymes with “fire.” It is not a misspelling of “sire.” We are asked often what CIRE stands for, so here’s the story…
Eric Hrubant, CIRE Travel’s CEO, was a latchkey kid at seven years old, like so many kids growing up in the 80s. Back then there was no Cartoon Network. Oh no, you had to wait for Saturday morning for cartoons. Cable television? It was a luxury most working-class families didn’t have because paying to watch TV was ridiculous when you could watch network shows (all three of them: ABC, CBS and NBC) for free. But there was Oprah. The Oprah Winfrey Show was on every day after school. Eric says Oprah was his surrogate babysitter, and we suspect her show’s timeslot meant she babysat innumerable other kids across the U.S.
If you recall, Harpo Productions flashed on screen at the end of each show. At seven, Eric knew he’d own his own business someday, just like Oprah, and he already had a name for it. Harpo is Oprah spelled backwards. CIRE is Eric spelled backwards. CIRE. Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Eric and his hard-working mom, Anna, certainly think so.