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AAT Kings launches 2022-23 season with flash new interactive brochure

AAT Kings has unveiled a stunning new interactive brochure to kick off its 2022-23 season.

The new-season brochure gives agents and customers a fully immersive, multi-sensory experience, and promotes more sustainable practices within the industry by reducing printing.

The brochure includes embedded videos, pop-up animations and immersive timelines, while retaining the brand’s customisable call-to-action technology, allowing agents to create personalised brochures to suit customers’ needs, including the ability to add wishlist tours and agent details (including logos) before sending to clients.

“The agents of our industry have also had to navigate the new normal of the travel world over the past year, meaning working from home and less access to customers face-to-face. This means the industry norm of printed brochures has also had to shift“ said AAT Kings chief Matt Fuller.

“What consumers want now is an interactive, wholly-online brochure experience that doesn’t just lay out their trip details, but immerses them in the experience they are looking forward to partaking in.”

Image source: AAT Kings

The new season includes new trips to South Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand featuring experiences that benefit the local communities. These include a visit to Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Kangaroo Island as it rebuilds after being ravaged by bushfires, helping maintain Tasmania’s floral beauty, and learning about conserving fragile ecosystems on New Zealand’s south island.

Plus, your clients can save up to $1,000 per couple ($500 per person) on selected AAT Kings tours and Inspiring Journeys guided holidays on new bookings made until 16 December for select travel departures between 1 January 2022 and 31 March 2023.

Travel agents can book from now with first access to the offer using the promo code WILDAWAITS.

Check out the new brochure here.


Featured image source: SealinkNT Tiwi Islands



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