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Ignite Travel Group celebrates agent achievements with inaugural Sales and Service Awards

In a night of recognition for trailblazing achievements, Gold-Coast based Ignite Travel Group has celebrated its inaugural Sales and Service Awards.

The cocktail evening honoured the outstanding sales and customer support agents who service the company’s key business divisions My Holiday Centre, My Cruises and Holiday Exclusives.

The glittery themed event on 5 July was hosted by Sea World on the Gold Coast and generously supported by key sponsors and long-standing partners Marriott International, Scoot Airlines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and SKYE Finance.

Awards were presented across the categories of Leading Department Agent, Top Seller, Department Novice and Ignite Agent of the Year.

The travel marketing company awarded several high-achieving consultants nominated for their professional accomplishments, leading sales results and continued dedication to pursuing innovative solutions for both customers and the wider Ignite Travel Group team.

You can check out the full list of winners below:

Ignite Agent of the Year: Ellen Haerewa

Department Agent of the Year – My Holiday Centre: Natalie Crawford

Department Agent of the Year – Holiday Exclusives: Ellen Haerewa

Department Agent of the Year – My Cruises: Kim Buckley

Department Agent of the Year – Ignite Support: Renaye Sands

Department Novice – My Holiday Centre: Aliya Tarawhiti

Department Novice – Holiday Exclusives: Tamera Buckingham

Department Novice – My Cruises: Tayla Donovan

Department Novice – Ignite Support: Roberta Chaplin

Top Seller – Marriott: Christiana Zovi

Top Agent – SKYE Finance: Katie Stephenson

Top Agent – Scoot Airlines: Ellen Haerewa

Agent of the Year – Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines: Jorden Krause

My Holiday Centre sales and operations manager Anthony Vine said the evening was a resounding success, with the celebration now planned to be an annual event on the Ignite Travel Group calendar.

“Evenings like this are a great opportunity to take a moment and recognise not only the talented individuals who have delivered exceptional results but the entire team at Ignite for all their hard work, commitment and dedication to proudly being an industry-leading trailblazer,” he said.

“With over 200 passionate employees working under our stable of brands, for myself as a team leader, the event is a chance to celebrate their united success in bringing an incredible level of customer service to our customers, and I look forward to seeing these awards continue to grow in the coming years.”

Bringing a memorable line-up of entertainment for its staff and sponsor representatives, Ignite Travel Group marked the special occasion with an evening of dancing and accolades in the heart of the theme park, rewarding an all-round collective effort of hard work, determination and accomplishment.

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