About Corporate Travel Planners
Founder & CEO Christy Prescott started CTP in 1991 as a one-location San Antonio venture. More than two decades later and still under Mrs. Prescott’s leadership, CTP has become one of the largest women-owned full-service travel management companies in Texas and among the top 50 in the nation. CTP’s position in the marketplace is based on our commitment to excellence, the diversity of services we offer, and our unparalleled customer service which allows us to be a comprehensive travel planning solution. In early 2012, CTP came under the umbrella of Travel Leaders Group.
This robust purchasing power translates into strong negotiating leverage directly benefiting our clients. However, our CTP office has been independently owned and operated for 25 years and staffed by 95 dedicated business travel professionals. CTP has deep ties to the San Antonio, TX community while also maintaining a healthy $25 billion in global purchasing power – essentially giving our clients the “best of both worlds.”
Giving Back to the Community
CTP remains dedicated to giving back to the San Antonio and surrounding Texas area communities. At CTP, community involvement is not just corporate policy, but a common thread of humanity and caring inherent within our people. CTP and our employees support the Special Olympics, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, the Ronald McDonald House, the San Antonio Spurs Foundation, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the United Way, and many other worthy causes.
While CTP is proud to support these charitable causes, there is one charity very near and dear to CTP: Christy’s Hope for Battered Women and Children, founded by CTP’s CEO, Christy Prescott. Every year hundreds of dedicated CTP employees, vendors and clients come together for the annual golf tournament and gala to help stop the vicious cycle of domestic violence. Since its inception 19 years ago, Christy’s Hope has helped raise well over $1 million that go directly to the Battered Women and Children’s Shelter of Bexar County.