Frosch International continues with its series of acquisitions, buying a majority stake in the corporate travel division of Conlin Travel, a travel management company based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Frosch, based in Houston and New York, will take over 51% of Conlin’s corporate unit. Frosch had purchased Valerie Wilson Travel in New York earlier this year. According to Frosch, Conlin Travel reported sales of more than $200 million in 2019, with corporate travel accounting for the majority of that business, at around $160 million. Conlin will retain ownership of its leisure and specialty travel divisions. Frosch said no major operating changes are expected at Conlin, with Chis Conlin remaining as managing partner, responsible for customer relations and actively managing and growing the Frosch-Conlin corporate business. Frosch was founded in 1972 and acquired by Richard Leibman in 1977. His son, Bryan, serves as president and CEO. Since 1998, the company has expanded by an average of 20% per year through international growth as well as through strategic acquisitions. Over the past 20 years, Frosch has grown from 30 employees to more than 2,000.