LVCVA Launches New Website And Contest For Agents

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has created a new website to provide resources for travel professionals who book trips to Las Vegas. The new site includes information, such as: Commissionable Vegas, maps, how to book incentives, a photo gallery and more.

Art Jimenez, senior director of leisure sales, said, “With growth in Las Vegas visitation for the last year-and-a-half, we felt that it was essential to provide more tools to our travel professionals. These new resources will make knowing, promoting and capitalizing on Las Vegas bookings easier and more efficient for the travel agent community.”

The LVCVA also provides additional resources for travel agents visiting Las Vegas, including the Vegas Advantage Card and the Vegas Insider newsletter. The Vegas Advantage Card provides discounts at various attractions and restaurants and the Vegas Insider newsletter is distributed to registered agents monthly.

As well, The LVCVA is now offering two all-inclusive trips to Las Vegas for two agents with the most bookings by January 23.

Two grand prize winners will receive two roundtrip tickets on Delta Air Lines, one Las Vegas Strip deluxe room for two nights, two Las Vegas show tickets and a $500 shopping spree good at either Las Vegas Premium Outlets location.

Agents can register at All bookings must be entered by 11:59 p.m. PST by January 23, 2012. Bookings must for travel from December 5, 2011 through February 11, 2012 to be valid.

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