Travelocity has announced that MICHELLE PELUSO has been named chief operating officer, and SCOTT DANIELSON has been named senior vice president of marketing. As chief operating officer, Peluso is responsible for all lines of business at Travelocity, including air, car, hotel, cruise, vacations, and packaging. Prior to joining Travelocity, Peluso served as chief executive officer of Site59, which was acquired by Travelocity in March 2002. Peluso replaces CHRIS VASILIOU, who has been elevated to senior vice president, international at Sabre Holdings. As senior vice president of marketing, Danielson will oversee brand and creative strategy, advertising, merchandising, customer experience and public relations. Most recently, Danielson was president of online travel consultancy Squeezoom.
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