Travel Agents

REVEALED: Winners of Visit California’s STAR shopping spree incentive!

Did you happen to chance your arm at Visit California’s latest competition? Well, read on to see if you’re among the lucky winners!

Just to recap, Visit California is giving away $150 Westfield shopping vouchers to 60 Aussie travel consultants who completed the tourism board’s online training program, California STAR by Sunday 16 June 2019.

Without further ado, here are the lucky winners:

  • Allie Muller, Flight Centre Freshwater
  • Amber Seville, Travel Associates Geelong
  • Ami Atkins, Flight Centre Dubbo
  • Amy Bradley, Phil Hoffman Travel
  • Anabel Tarveran, Flight Centre
  • Anita Ben, Flight Centre
  • Ashleigh Baker, Flight Centre Adelaide City Tailor Made
  • Ashley McGrath, Travel Utopia
  • Bec Foster, STA Travel
  • Belinda Ferguson, Savenio
  • Belinda Lahood, Hoot Holidays
  • Brad Thomas, Travel Partners
  • Catherine Gionta, Flight Centre
  • Courtney Glazebrook, Flight Centre
  • Danielle Sumner, Globenet Travel
  • Danielle Ford, Flight Centre Morayfield
  • Ed Tabanar, ATPI Voyager
  • Elle Patrikis, Travel Associates Shellharbour
  • Esther Uddin, Qantas Holidays
  • Georgia Liddiard, Travel Associates Glendale
  • Helen Schiefelbein, Meridian Travel
  • Hollie Johnson, Main Beach Travel
  • Holly Lambkin, Helloworld Travel Singleton
  • Ian Carswell, Travel Associates Coffs Harbour
  • Isabelle Tremblay, Flight Centre Buderim
  • Jade Thorpe, Flight Centre Victoria Point
  • Jade Marrable, Flight Centre First and Business Queen St Mall
  • Jade Vaselli, Helloworld Norwood
  • Janelle Breheny, Travel Associates Traralgon
  • Jenn Byrne, Albert Park Travel
  • Jilda Jack, Verve Travel Management
  • Johanna Paterson, Flight Centre Eastlands Tailor Made (TAS)
  • Julie Lendum, italktravel
  • Kate Bevan, TravelManagers Donvale
  • Kieran Mackenzie, Altitude Travel
  • Kylie Menner, Flight Centre Redbank Plaza
  • Lani Symons Vaughan, Travel Counsellors
  • Laura Hopper, Flight Centre Richmond
  • Laura Mitchell , STA Travel
  • Lauren Williams, Helloworld Travel Tweed City
  • Leah Nisbett, Helloworld Travel Erina
  • Lianne Mergard, Flight Centre Henley Beach
  • Lorraine Herring, Momento Travel Service
  • Madi Lane, Flight Centre Freshwater
  • Mallory Petruk, Flight Centre Bentons Square
  • Maria Summers, Helloworld Travel Ballina
  • Meg Crawford, Flight Centre Kotara
  • Melanie Carter, TravelManagers
  • Melissa Pasparne, Hoot Holidays
  • Nadine Taylor, italktravel Hornsby
  • Nathalie Kirschen, Flight Centre Bathurst St
  • Nicole Nardini, Burnie Brae Travel Connections
  • Rachel McGinn, TravelManagers
  • Riki-Lee Sampson, Flight Centre Townsville
  • Samantha Laver, Flight Centre
  • Sarah John, Go Tours Travel
  • Seikura Ford, Flight Centre
  • Tahnee Hassall, American Express Centurion
  • Tara Fensom, Helloworld Travel
  • Tash Melhuish , Holiday World

Congrats to all the winners!

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