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Insight Vacations launches FREE virtual event series

This week, Insight Vacations is kicking off a series of information sessions as part of its first free virtual travel event.

Agents are invited to tune in to these interactive sessions to hear more about the brand’s Australian and New Zealand itineraries departing from December this year, as well as next year’s European journeys.

The event will be run by Insight Vacations’ sales managers, who will run through the highlights of each trip.

After an introductory session to the Australian escapes, each session will focus on a different destination, plus, a virtual wine tasting which will provide a little taste of what to expect when travelling on these trips.

Session times and topics include:

Tuesday 13 October 2020:

Wednesday 14 October 2020:

Thursday 15 October 2020:

For more information, agents can contact their local Insight Vacations sales manager or visit closed Facebook group The IV League.


Featured image credit: James Horan

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