Caesars Entertainment Launches Vegas Website Just for Travel Agents

Caesars Entertainment Corporation has launched, a website created specifically for travel agents that will provide agents with direct access to customized offers and promotions from their origin destination and up-to-date news and access to sales resources.

“We are proud to announce the launch of our travel agency website,” said Annette Weishaar, vice president of leisure and citywide sales for Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas. “This new website provides support and resources for travel agents selling the Caesars Entertainment portfolio of resorts in Las Vegas.”

The site offers travel agents a central place to find relevant information including agent commissions, selling tips and the latest news from the world of Caesars Entertainment.  Also available through the site is information about signature programs that include: Total Experiences for Travel Agents, PetStay Las Vegas, No Resort Fees, Buffet of Buffets and All-Stage Pass. Registered agents will also have access to an extensive library of tools including property highlights, GDS codes and Caesars Entertainment’s international contact list.

Agents who register on the site between June 1 and the end of the year will be entered to win a three-night Las Vegas vacation for two, including premium accommodations and show tickets.

Caesars Entertainment Corporation offers nine Las Vegas resorts: Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, PH Towers by Westgate, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas and Imperial Palace Las Vegas.


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