Travel Agents

Here’s how to win yourself a pre-paid Visa card!

Happy Monday, agents! Do you love winning things?

Yeah, us too. Especially after spending all our money having one-too-many cocktails on the weekend.

Well, today’s our… we mean your lucky day, because as part of the ongoing promotion of its new ‘Solomon Is.’ rebrand, Tourism Solomons is once again offering agents the chance to win either a $100 or one of two $50 pre-paid Visa cards!

All agents need to do this time around is complete any one of the training modules featured the Tourism Solomons ‘Hapi Isles Specialist Program’ site located at https://www.visitsolomons.com.sb/about-the-solomon/travel-agents-specialist-program.

The more modules agents complete, the more chance they have of winning.

And the best bit? Modules are quick and easy to complete! Which means you could have yourself a pre-paid Visa card in no time at all.

Modules only take a few minutes each and Every Module completed will get you an entry into the draw to win! If you have done them before – then do them again!

The ‘Hapi isles Specialist program is intended to equip key frontline sales staff with product knowledge via a series of online modules designed to help them learn about the Solomon Islands and the destination’s vast array of niche product.

To date more than 250 consultants have joined the program since its launch last year completing a series of modules covering culture, reef and wreck diving, WWII history, sport fishing, weddings/romantic travel, surfing and bird watching.

But hurry, because you have less than two weeks to complete your modules to enter!

The competition closes on 07 December with the Visa card winners to be announced on 12 December 2018.

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