Agents Help Mexico Government to Put Destination Back on Top

The Mexico Tourist Board and Funjet Vacations welcomed the prestigious Funjet Vacations 500 Club May 28-31 at the El Dorado Seaside Suites in Cancun. The appreciation trip was strategically held in Mexico to give agents valuable, first-hand experience in the area.

"Funjet Vacations is dedicated to its vast travel agent network. This trip provided significant opportunities for our top agents to experience the destination and share their business strategies with Funjet and Mexican Government leaders," said Mike Going, president of Funjet Vacations  in a written release. "The trip is one piece of the strategy we've put together, including incentives, promotions and enhanced marketing, over the last few weeks to further reinforce our commitment to travel agents and Mexico."

The Funjet Vacations 500 Club appreciation trip was attended by 68 agents, representing 47 agencies from Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Lubbock and Midland, TX. Over the three-night appreciation trip, the Funjet 500 agents were shown the best of the destination's activities, culture and cuisine. They were also given the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the region with presentations by the Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Riviera Maya Convention and Visitors Bureau, Lomas Travel and Karisma Hotels & Resorts

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