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All the winners from the Helloworld Travel Awards 2019

The winners of the annual Helloworld Travel Awards 2019 celebrated in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam have been announced.

Check them all out below:

Branded award winners

Helloworld Travel National Retailer of the Year Award WINNER – Branded
Helloworld Travel South Melbourne, VIC

Helloworld Travel Awards
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Janene Ferguson (Helloworld Travel South Melbourne) and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Helloworld Travel STATE Retailers of the Year  Branded
Helloworld Travel South Melbourne, VIC
Helloworld Travel Lake Haven, NSW/ACT
Helloworld Travel Ayr, QLD
Helloworld Travel Kalgoorlie, WA/NT

Helloworld Travel National Manager of the Year Award WINNER  Branded
Barbara Hunt – Helloworld Travel Port Augusta, VIC/TAS/SA

Helloworld Travel Awards
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Barbara Hunt – Helloworld Travel Port Augusta and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Helloworld Travel Manager of the Year Award Finalists – Branded
Barbara Hunt – Helloworld Travel Port Augusta, VIC/TAS/SA
Jackie Capuano – Helloworld Travel Lake Haven, NSW/ACT
Tony Strong – Helloworld Travel Helensvale Plaza, QLD
Carrol Dargie – Helloworld Travel Kalamunda, WA/NT

Helloworld Travel Local Area Marketing Award WINNERS  Branded
Helloworld Travel Cobram, VIC
Helloworld Travel Scone, NSW/ACT
Helloworld Travel Eatons Hill, QLD
Helloworld Travel Belmont, WA

Helloworld Travel Best Cluster Marketing Initiative Award WINNERS  Branded
Helloworld Travel Drysdale / Leopold / Ocean Grove, VIC/TAS/SA
Helloworld Travel Hunter Travel Group, NSW/ACT
Sunshine Coast Cluster Group, QLD
Helloworld Travel Perth Cluster Group, WA/NT

Sonja Armstrong Helloworld Travel Drysdale, Lesley Judd – Helloworld Travel Ocean Grove, Justine Koutsoukos (Hunter Travel Group) John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Clare Leak Helloworld Travel Noosa, Paul Rickard Helloworld Travel Caloundra, Kerrie Page Helloworld Travel Buderim, John Davidson (Helloworld Travel Claremont Quarter WA) & Karen Way (Helloworld Travel Alexander Heights WA)
Sonja Armstrong Helloworld Travel Drysdale, Lesley Judd – Helloworld Travel Ocean Grove, Justine Koutsoukos (Hunter Travel Group) John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Clare Leak Helloworld Travel Noosa, Paul Rickard Helloworld Travel Caloundra, Kerrie Page Helloworld Travel Buderim, John Davidson (Helloworld Travel Claremont Quarter WA) & Karen Way (Helloworld Travel Alexander Heights WA)

Helloworld Travel National Preferred Sales Growth Award WINNER  Branded
Helloworld Travel Balwyn North, VIC

John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Ian Mollison – Helloworld Travel Balwyn North and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Ian Mollison – Helloworld Travel Balwyn North and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Helloworld Travel STATE Preferred Sales Growth Awards  Branded
Helloworld Travel Balwyn North, VIC
Helloworld Travel Singleton, NSW/ACT
Helloworld Travel Regents Park, QLD
Helloworld Travel Carousel, WA/NT

 

Associate Award Winners

Associate National Retailer of the Year Award WINNER  Associate

Cruise Travel Centre Green Hills, NSW/ACT

John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited) Madeleine Dann, Cruise Travel Centre Green Hills and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited) Madeleine Dann, Cruise Travel Centre Green Hills and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Associate STATE Retailer of the Year Awards  Associate

Cruise Travel Centre Green Hills, NSW/ACT
Eastern Hill Travel, VIC/TAS/SA
GlobeNet Travel, QLD
Mends St Travel and Cruising, WA/NT

Associate National Manager of the Year Award WINNER  Associate
David Smith – Travel on Capri, QLD

John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), David Smith – Travel on Capri and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), David Smith – Travel on Capri and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Associate Manager of the Year Award Finalists  Associate

David Smith – Travel on Capri, QLD
Mark Nicholson – Phil Hoffmann Travel Modbury, VIC/TAS/SA
Tania Botha – Temora Travel, NSW/ACT
Dunja Ganama – Alice Travel & Cruise, WA/NT

Associate Local Area Marketing Award WINNERS  Associate

Travel Extra, VIC/TAS/SA
Travel Team Batemans Bay, NSW/ACT
Cherry Picked Travel, QLD
Travel Key, WA/NT

Angela Buccella (Travel Extra), Shane Edwards (travel key), Leanne Stewart and Bridget McDonald (Cherry Picked Travel), Vanessa Lake and Bronwyn Moore (Travel Team Batemans Bay)
Angela Buccella (Travel Extra), Shane Edwards (Travel Key), Leanne Stewart and Bridget McDonald (Cherry Picked Travel), Vanessa Lake and Bronwyn Moore (Travel Team Batemans Bay)

Associate Cluster Marketing Award WINNERS  Associate
Mid North Coast Cluster Group, NSW/ACT

Jennifer Smith (Travel on Capri), Lyndie Dennehy - Tripaway Cruise & Travel and David Smith (Travel on Capri)
Jennifer Smith (Travel on Capri), Lyndie Dennehy – Tripaway Cruise & Travel and David Smith (Travel on Capri)
From L- R John, Anthony Miles and Elisse Pope – Mid Coast Travel & Cruise, Sandra Whittington and Rhonda Singh – Coastal Travel, Robyn Flanagan – Wauchope Travel/ Helloworld Travel Taree and Sonya Wheatley – Port Macquarie Travel
From L- R John, Anthony Miles and Elisse Pope – Mid Coast Travel & Cruise, Sandra Whittington and Rhonda Singh – Coastal Travel, Robyn Flanagan – Wauchope Travel/ Helloworld Travel Taree and Sonya Wheatley – Port Macquarie Travel

Associate Preferred Sales Growth National Award WINNER  Associate
Phil Hoffmann Travel Adelaide, SA

John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Darian Foot (Phil Hoffmann Travel Adelaide) and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Darian Foot (Phil Hoffmann Travel Adelaide) and Andrew Burnes (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Associate Preferred Sales Growth Award Finalists  Associate
Phil Hoffmann Travel Adelaide, SA
Wauchope Travel, NSW/ACT
Travelpro, QLD
Mends St Travel and Cruising, WA/NT

This year, Helloworld Travel also presented new Preferred Supplier Awards to partners who have gone above and beyond to support the company’s networks across three key categories.

And the winners were:

Helloworld Travel Airline Partner of the Year WINNER
Emirates

John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Chris Paykel, (Emirates) and Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited)
John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited), Chris Paykel, (Emirates) and Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Helloworld Travel Land / Coach Partner of the Year WINNER
The Travel Corporation

Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), John Veitch (The Travel Corporation) and John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited)
Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), John Veitch (The Travel Corporation) and John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited)

Helloworld Travel Cruise Partner of the Year WINNER
Princess Cruises

Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Nick Ferguson (Princess Cruises), John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited)
Julie Primmer (Helloworld Travel Limited), Nick Ferguson (Princess Cruises), John Constable (Helloworld Travel Limited)

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