FTC launches Monaco agent incentive

FTC launches Monaco agent incentive
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Specialist wholesaler, French Travel Connection, last night unveiled a travel agent incentive giving consultants the chance to experience the millionaires playground of Monaco.

Details of the The Passport to Monte Carlo incentive were released at a dinner in Sydney attended by senior Monaco tourism representatives, hoteliers from the principality and French Travel Connection management.

Agents will be in the running to win one of four, three-night packages in Monaco each time they book and deposit a minimum two nights' accommodation at either the Columbus Monte-Carlo Hotel or Novotel Monte-Carlo before June 30.

Any FTC client booking a minimum two night stay in Monaco receives an exclusive Passport to Monte Carlo package, which includes a free return helicopter transfer between Monaco and Nice – one way in high season – a book of entrance tickets to museums and attractions and a range of in-hotel discounts.

The winning agents will receive a three night stay at either the Columbus or Novotel with visitor passes for two and one-way helicopter transfers.

Pictured is French Travel Connection managing director Brad McDonnell, right, with Guillaume Rose, president of the Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Authority.

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