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Agents can win a Princess Cruise to Tasmania

Kate Webster

Agents can win a Princess Cruises cruise to Tasmania as part of a new campaign to promote its popular OneSource travel agent centre.

All you need to do to be in the running is visit the OneSource site before 5 August and answer five simple questions will go in the draw to win a six-night cruise for two to Tasmania in a balcony room, departing Sydney on November 20, 2016.

The OneSource site – www.onesourcecruises.com, is an essential tool for travel agents, designed to help easily access Princess deals, training and marketing tools. Since its debut last year, the site now attracts more than 15,000 page views a month.

The site gives agents access to latest campaigns, fares, brochures, onboard flyers and on-demand sales reports and is also home to the cruise line’s Ask Isaac online chat service, named after the most easily-recognisable bartender at sea from the long-running TV series The Love Boat.

Recent additions to the OneSource centre include a library of thousands of high res Princess images, suitable for print and website use.

Princess Cruises vice president Australia & New Zealand, Stuart Allison said “The name really says it all – OneSource is the ultimate one-stop shop for agents, making it quick and easy to sell a Princess cruise and build commission.”

Allison added that the site’s Princess Academy training program continued to grow in popularity, with close to 450 agents signing up for training over recent months as part of the academy’s 10th birthday drive.

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