Entire Travel Group is joining forces with Air Canada to give travel agents the chance to experience the Rocky Mountaineer in style

Entire Travel Group is joining forces with Air Canada to give travel agents the chance to experience the Rocky Mountaineer in style
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Every time a travel agent books a Rocky Mountaineer 2024 journey through Entire Travel Group between 1 October 2023 to 28 February 2024 they automatically go into the draw to win, as long as the client is also travelling with Air Canada (flights can be booked separately).

    Valued at more than $13,000, the prize is for two people and includes returns all Air Canada flights (international and domestic), three nights’ accommodation at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre and two seats in GoldLeaf service on a Rocky Mountaineer journey departing 26 April 2024 (Vancouver to Banff).

    To enter agents simply e-mail canada@entiretravel.com.au with their Entire Travel Group booking number and the associated Air Canada Reference Number.

    Entire General Manager Marketing Greg McCallum says that with demand for Rocky Mountaineer always high, the new incentive is designed not only to help drive bookings for the coming season but to thank agents for their ongoing support.

    “We have experience extraordinary growth to Canada over the past year and this is an opportunity to show our appreciation, while working with Air Canada to give agents the chance to experience one of the world’s great rail journeys – and some of the world’s most scenic landscapes – themselves,” says McCallum.

    For more information visit https://www.entiretravel.com.au.

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