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Trafalgar Announced Acclaim Achievers Will Reveal The Best of Brazil & Argentina

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The Acclaim Achievers trip will take its top performing agency partners to experience the sense awakening sights and sounds of South America. With 40 spots up for grabs, every client booked on a 2017 Trafalgar or CostSaver trip, will get agents closer to experiencing a slice of local Latino life by securing one of these highly sought after places.

Agents have the opportunity to truly indulge their love for travel with Trafalgar and be rewarded for every sale made, with the chance to win a spot on a trip of a lifetime. From the buzz of Rio and backstreets of Buenos Aires to the awe-inspiring Iguassu Falls, the 2017 Acclaim Achievers trip is guaranteed to be bigger and better than ever.

For more info on how  to secure a seat on Trafalgar’s 2017 South America Acclaim Achievers tri visit: trafalgar.com

 

Contemporary, Cool and Cultured Invite – Bali

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Contemporary hotels with a cool or cultured edge will be meeting travel agents in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth this February at the Badung Region hotel sales mission.Over 20 hotels, boutique hotels, eco-resorts, private and themed villas will be represented from across the island.Architect lovers, stylemiesters, families, couples and business travellers alike will enjoy the unique hotels on offer.

Agents are invited to register for:
Sydney, Friday 3rd February, Sofitel Wentworth Hotel 9am-12pm inluding lunch;
Brisbane, Monday 6th February, Sofitel Brisbane Hotel 6-9pm inluding dinner;
Melbourne, Tuesday 7th February, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins 6-9.30pm inluding dinner;
Perth, Thursday 9th February, Pan Pacific Perth: 6:00pm – 9:30pm inluding dinner.

Please RSVP to is@varatrip.com stating which city event you wish to join, and for more information email mtulevski@apmd.com.au.

 

APT Announces 1st Expo Dates for 2017

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Award winning cruise and tour operator APT series of expos commence next week. APT travel experts will make presentations on popular programs including Europe river cruising and Small Group Discovery tours, Asia river cruising and touring, Small Ship cruising, and more!

 

Travel agents are encouraged to register clients for these free events as space is limited at www.aptouring.com.au/expos. Any bookings taken on the day will then be made under the agent’s name and will attract full commission.

The events are free of charge and are on dates as follows:

Brisbane: February 1, Rydges South Bank
Sydney: February 14, The Westin
Melbourne: February 28, Grand Hyatt
Hobart: March 7, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
Launceston: March 8, Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston
Canberra: March 9, Hyatt Hotel
Perth: March 15, Crown Perth
Adelaide: April 11, Crowne Plaza

 

TravelManagers latest award win further cements its position as Australia’s premium travel network

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Scenic Luxury Cruises awarded the company the ‘Top NationalSales’ for the highest value in a home-based agency network during 2016 for a third consecutive year.

Other finalists were Travel Counsellors, Travel Partners and MTA Travel. TravelManagers Executive General Manager Michael Gazal attributes the key to TravelManagers’ success being the personal and consistent service delivery to clients from the 500 personal travel managers across all states.

National partnership office staff Tanyu Cilek Finance & commercial Manager, Jodie Banbury Marketing Director and Sandra Reucker Supplier Relations; BSP Administrator represented TravelManagers at the glamorous Night of Stars awards evening held at The Ivy ballroom on Saturday 22 January.



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