Is GCC financially stable?
Grand Circle has been in business for nearly 60 years and continued to operate through many traumatic world events. Grand Circle holds the one of the strongest financial position in the industry. We want to assure you that Grand Circle does not have a cash flow problem.
We have 800 employees, working out of 35 offices worldwide, and more than 2,000 Trip Leaders and Program Directors worldwide. In the past two years, we have acquired three ships to serve Grand Circle Cruise Line, opened offices in California and Florida to meet traveler demand, and launched more than a dozen new trips. This year, we will donate more than $14 million in support of our humanitarian, cultural, environmental and educational endeavors here in New England and in countries where we travel.
What happens if GCC goes bankrupt? Is my money safe?
Grand Circle is financially sound, and is in no danger of going bankrupt or filing for Chapter 11. Your investment in your trip is safe. In addition to having one of the strongest cash reserves in the industry, Grand Circle is a member of the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), who requires Grand Circle to post a $1 million security to be part of their Travelers Assistance Program. Grand Circle’s strong credit has also been verified by Dun & Bradstreet, an independent company who is a recognized authority on reliable business data.
Why does Google suggest Chapter 11 & Bankruptcy when I search for Grand Circle?
We wondered the same thing. We’ve consulted a search engine expert and they found conclusive evidence that Grand Circle is the target of a negative reputation attack. Although this is frustrating, we refuse to be drawn into mudslinging. Grand Circle became the leader in this industry by focusing on delivering life-changing trips at a great value. We will not stray from that focus.
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