FROSCH Blog Post - Outdoor Travel

Frosch Travel (“FROSCH”) officially announces the launch of the FROSCH Outdoor Travel Division. The division will focus on creating memorable and exciting travel experiences designed around outdoor excursions and adventures. Through these unique journeys, FROSCH strives to build environmental awareness and promote partnered non-profit organizations. In order to serve this unique travel niche, FROSCH has named their first partnership with a professional angler. Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Tour Angler Cody Kelley was selected as the first angler to represent this unique travel division. Kelley stood out to FROSCH as a unique angler during the 2015 season when he spent his time working to raise awareness of Special Olympics Arkansas and their 15,000 athletes.

“We followed Kelley closely while on the 2015 FLW Tour. Cody exemplifies everything the FROSCH team stands for, including FROSCH’s commitment to excellence. His 100% commitment to the athletes of Special Olympics Arkansas was obvious throughout the tournament. In addition to being a great angler, we feel Kelley understands the importance of his role with the FROSCH brand. He will serve the mission of FROSCH Outdoor Travel well,” says FROSCH President & CEO, Bryan Leibman in his announcement. “This industry needs talented, educated young men and women that are dedicated to giving back. We’re proud that Cody Kelley is now officially a member of FROSCH Outdoor Travel and will work to bridge the two industries for our clients, and in support of our mission.”

Cody Kelley and FROSCH Outdoor Travel are very excited about the 2016 season and have already began to work with several organizations, including FLW & The FLW Foundation, to organize multiple strategies to link the adventure travel, non-profit, and fishing industries.

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About Cody Kelley, FROSCH Outdoor Travel & FLW PRO Angler
Cody Kelley, from Conway, AR, has competed with FLW for 8 years and found himself fishing the FLW Tour in 2015. Working his way up the ranks from the BFL level, Kelley has found success with several top 10 finishes, 1 Forrest Wood Cup appearance, and 1 Tour level co-angler win in 2014.

Kelley recently stated, “I have been very lucky to have the opportunity to travel to many very unique places around the world. This partnership with FROSCH Outdoor Travel is incredibly exciting and will allow me to continue my mission of helping non-profit organizations.”

About FROSCH Outdoor Travel
Frosch Travel (FROSCH) is a privately owned travel management company headquartered in New York City, New York and Houston, Texas, generating over $1.5 billion in travel spend. Founded in 1972, FROSCH was established with a focus on deluxe leisure and corporate travel. Since 1998, the company has expanded rapidly both through organic growth, as well as through strategic acquisitions. FROSCH maintains offices both nationwide and globally, placing it among the top ten agencies in the U. S., with dedicated divisions for corporate travel, leisure travel, energy travel, group travel, global services, and rewards & incentives. FROSCH is also proud a member of the Signature Travel Network consortium. FROSCH continues its strategic expansion with Global Centers of Excellence located in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, China, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom offering ticketing and service capabilities in over 50 countries. For more information, visit

In 2015, FROSCH Outdoor Travel was added to the FROSCH brand. The mission of FROSCH Outdoor Travel is to provide memorable and exciting travel experiences, designed around outdoor excursions and adventures. Through those unique journeys, FROSCH strives to build environmental awareness and promote support and awareness of partnered non-profit organizations.

About Special Olympics Arkansas
Special Olympics Arkansas is an organization that unleashes the human spirit through the transformative power and joy of sports, everyday around the state. Through programming in sports, health, education and community building, Special Olympics Arkansas is changing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, solving the global injustice, isolation, intolerance, and inactivity they face. Special Olympics Arkansas provides opportunities for more than 15,000 athletes and 5,000 volunteers in all counties across the State of Arkansas.

The vision of Special Olympics Arkansas is to transform communities by changing lives through sports. Special Olympics Arkansas hosts 20 different Olympic-type sports through 240 competitions year-round. In addition to sports Special Olympics Arkansas offers programming in education and health and wellness. For more information about Special Olympics Arkansas, visit

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