Excite Holidays kickstart LA Campaign

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Excite Holidays, in partnership with Discover Los Angeles, has launched its L.A. campaign, with exclusive events and offers for agents.

Kicking off yesterday, the campaign is running for two weeks and will showcase all that the City of Angels has to offer.

From the glitz and the glamour, to the thriving culinary scene, the incredible cultural offering (with more museums than any other U.S. city) to the world-class entertainment and breathtaking scenery, the campaign has something to offer every type of traveller.

To get into the L.A. vibe, exclusive events are being held to give agents a sneak peek of what their clients can expect on a trip to the West Coast. Gold Coast is up first, with agents taking part in yoga by the beach followed by a delicious fresh breakfast at a popular beachside café, show-casing the feel of L.A.’s iconic beach cities.

Not to miss out on all the fun, Melbourne agents will be treated to a hip hop yoga session followed by a delicious dinner, all in a unique nature-inspired location.

Excite Holidays are also extremely excited to offer agents the chance to win a trip to L.A. and experience life stateside. The trip will be awarded to the agent with the highest number of nights booked in Los Angeles during the campaign period.

The lucky winner will receive a return flight to L.A, as well as three nights at the luxurious Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and two nights at the stunning Hotel Erwin Venice Beach, plus three tours, including Cupcake Tour of Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills Hiking Tour, and Hollywood Behind the Scenes Walking Tour.

Agents also have the opportunity to earn 500 bonus rewards points for each night booked and paid for in the selected destination. For more details visit www.exciteholidays.com.

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