PHOTOS: G Adventures & Globus show Flighties why group touring is all the rage

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Edited by Travel Weekly


    G Adventures and Globus Family of Brands (GFOB) teamed up to showcase why coach touring is back!

    A room full of Flight Centre area leaders at QT hotel in Melbourne were lucky enough to experience a collaboration of two major brands to showcase the unique travel experience that only touring as part of a group can offer.

    A panel discussion between Kate Foster, Flight Centre product and supplier leader, Mitch Spencer, GFOB account manager, and Sean Martin, G Adventures managing director was facilitated by Travel Weekly’s general manager Hoda Alzubaidi.

    The panel discussed the future of group touring and how we can collaborate as an industry to help drive and promote group touring together.

    G adventure and Globus family of brands treated the area leaders (and Travel Weekly) to the highly sought after men quarter final tickets to the tickets at Rod Laver watching the seat gripping match between Alcaraz vs. Zverev.

    Check out all the photos of the fun that was had at the gallery above!

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