Travel Agents

Hurry! Tickets for Collette’s Centennial events still available!

Guess what? Our good friends over at Collette are turning 100 this year, and they want to celebrate with you in style!

Which is why they’ve created four roadshow events that are set to be some of the best industry nights of the year.

Collette is the oldest, most trusted travel company in North America, and have tours running all over the world. Whether it’s a land tour, river cruise, rail journey, small group tour or a garden holiday, they’ve got you covered – which is why they’ve made it to their centennial year stronger than ever.

And they want to assemble the industry’s best to celebrate in style with them.

These roadshows will be held around the nation at some of the coolest venues around, with drinks, nibbles, and a ton of other surprises in store for the lucky attendees. And yes, we said lucky – because money cannot buy you a way into this exclusive night.

But you can still nab yourself tickets! These events are set to be glitzy, glam, and an all-round good time – and luckily for you, registrations are still open right here.

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And you’d better act fast, because a select few who registered have already started receiving their tickets!

It also doesn’t matter where you are in the country, because these roadshows are travelling to four cities around the nation. But beware – there’s only 100 tickets available for each event, so if you haven’t registered yet, we’d get onto that pretty darn fast.

Collette’s Centennial Celebrations will be held at:

  • Hadiqua, Perth on Monday August 27
  • Diesel, Melbourne on Wednesday August 29
  • Palmer & Co, Sydney on Tuesday September 4
  • Madame Wu’s, Brisbane on Wednesday September 5

This is set to be the travel industry’s best ever trade roadshow party – with prizes, product launches, live activations and networking galore.

So register here now! And we’ll see your happy faces in a few weeks.

 

 

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