Donald Trump's comments about illegal Mexican immigrants last month spurred further boycotts of his hotels by travel companies last week.
Apple Leisure Group's Apple Vacations and sister company Travel Impressions as well as Mark Travel and its Funjet affiliate suspended their promotion and sales for all Trump International Hotels properties.
Those decisions followed a similar one by Pleasant Holidays. All cited as their reason derogatory comments Trump made during his presidential candidacy announcement in June.
"As we are responsible for more tourism arrivals to Mexico than any other company worldwide, and we have heard in clear terms from our customers and agents about the remarks of Trump, we feel it would be irresponsible and insensitive to continue selling Trump-branded hotels," said Alex Zozaya, CEO of Apple Leisure Group.
"We have had preliminary discussions with the Trump Hotel Collection," Pleasant CEO Jack Richards said following his company's decision to stop packaging three Trump properties. "However, there has been no major change in Mr. Trump's political statements regarding Mexican immigrants that would warrant us [restoring sales of] the Trump Hotels."
Other travel groups such as Gogo Vacations and Travel Leaders haven't changed their policies and instead are leaving the decision up to clients.
"Whether that means sending them as they wish to a destination that may be at odds with our own values or working with a supplier we don't see eye to eye with, we ultimately believe our customers' needs come first," said Steve Loucks, Travel Leaders Group's chief communications officer.
Trump, whose organization operates hotels in locales such as New York, Toronto and Panama City (none are in Mexico), said in his announcement speech, "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're sending people that have lots of problems. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists, and some, I assume, are good people."