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KSL Resorts Shows Its Love For Agents

March 12, 2009 By: David Eisen


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The Homestead in Hot Springs, VA, one of KSL's seven properties in its collection.


KSL Resorts wants travel agents to know that it cares—really cares. Introducing KSL Premier, a new recognition and rewards program, which provides a host of benefits for the clients of top producing travel agencies, including automatic VIP status and exclusive rates and promotions, as well as compelling incentives periodically available to agents themselves.

Travel agent bookings are more important to KSL than ever before. In 2008, they were up 14 percent over the year prior.

"The current economic climate only reinforces the need to provide special access and exclusive options for agents," said Jason Kycek, director of travel industry sales for KSL Resorts.

Travel agency benefits for agencies participating in KSL Premier include: exclusive on property KSL Premier contacts, automatic VIP status for clients, one category upgrade and other exclusive rates and promotions.

Travel agent benefits, meanwhile, include: preferred KSL Premier room rates, preferred rates on golf, spa, tennis and F&B and the ability to earn additional rewards including free nights and incentives.

All that and more at these KSL Resorts: Hotel del Coronado; Beach Village at The Del; La Costa Resort and Spa; Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa; Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa; Barton Creek Resort & Spa; and The Homestead.

Visit www.kslresorts.com.


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