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Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau to host virtual famil series

Looking to get a little more familiar with the Texan city of Grapevine? Well, this new offering will get you up to speed in no time.

Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting a series of virtual familiarisation programs over the next four months, led by director of leisure and international sales Heather Egan.

The 30-minute sessions will take travel agents on a journey around Grapevine and bring the city’s popular events and iconic tourism sites right to you in the comfort of your home or office.

By participating in these virtual famils, each agent will stand a chance to win a spot on an actual famil to Grapevine!

Following on from Canuckiwi’s destination webinars in conjunction with the ‘Sell Your Way to the USA’ incentive, agents will be awarded one point for each live webinar that you attend.

If you attend all five webinars, you will go into the draw five times to win one of four spots on the ‘Discover the South Fam’ which will visit Grapevine, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

Agents interested in getting educated about the city of Grapevine can do so by clicking here.


Featured image source: iStock/Paulo Almeida


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