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ATTN AGENTS: Nab yourself a spot on a fabulous Asian famil with Wendy Wu

To celebrate the launch of their 2019-2020 brochure, Wendy Wu Tours is giving agents the chance to score themselves one of 25 spots on a fabulous Asian famil!

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The famil incentive, ’25 Years of Wu, 25 Trips for you’, which invites agents to book for their chance to win, kicked off on October 5 and will run until March 31 2019.

To make it easier, the wonderful folk over at Wendy Wu have also launched a ‘Partner Flies Free’ campaign, open for bookings to China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka and more, on a choice of 320 departure dates through 2019.

Customers can choose from a wide range of Wu’s most popular tours in Asia and invite their companion to fly free of charge when they book before the 14th of December.

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“This Partner Flies Free deal is an incredible opportunity for travel agents to get their commissions going for 2019 departures,” Wendy Wu global CEO Joe Karbo said.

“2019 will be the company’s 25th year of operation, so stay tuned for more exciting developments on the way.”

Securing the new Partner Flies Free offer for your clients is easy, simply book online in just 2 minutes here or call 1300 727 998.

See your Business Development Manager for further details.

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