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Say hello to your new agent best friend

When you see the words ‘agent best friend’, you can’t help but wonder which travel company is going to show up with the goods.

And – of course – it’s Wendy Wu Tours who’s got travel agents’ backs.

Wendy Wu Tours has revealed their amazing new club, especially for agents, and it’s called the Bambu Club.

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This exclusive agent club is part of an incentivising incentive scheme for agents, as well as being your one-stop shop for all things Asia and Wendy Wu Tours.

Agents can book online at any time and earn a Bonus 150 Bambu Points, which you can use to redeem all kinds of goodies. And the more you book, the better the rewards!

So how do you join this cool club? We might let the panda explain:

 

And in case you prefer text over dancing, here’s how to join:

  1. Join Wendy Wu Tours’ Bambu Club at wendywutours.com.au/agents
  2. Request your Bambu card online, and then activate it
  3. Start making bookings and complete the online Wuniversity training to earn Bambu Points AND your generous commissions – wowsers! Their agent portal is stocked with marketing tools and resources to make selling Asia easy.
  4. PLUS if you make your bookings online through our agent portal at any time, earn a BONUS 150 Bambu Points
  5. Claim your points and spend as you wish!

Not too shabby, Wendy Wu Tours, not too shabby at all.

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