Pleasant Holidays' January Hawaii Sales Features Agent Incentives, Free Car Rental

Pleasant Holidays recently launched its January Hawaii Sale featuring a complimentary five-day Hertz Car Rental on a convertible, SUV, Jeep or mini-van and special agent incentives including a booking bonus and double TRIP points. The sale is valid for new bookings made now through to November 25 for travel January 1-31, 2013.

Agents can earn $100 or more in booking bonuses on all Hawaii vacation packages that include transpacific airfare and accommodations of three nights or more for travel in January 2013.

Agents must book a minimum of four qualified bookings to receive the $100 bonus and will receive $25 for each additional qualified booking. Agents must complete the tracking form available at PleasantAgent.com in order to receive their booking bonus. In addition, agents earn double TRIP points on these bookings. TRIP is Pleasant Holidays’ travel reward incentive program where agents earn points for personal travel. Fly/drive vacations do not qualify for these incentives.

Travelers will receive a complimentary five-day convertible, SUV, Jeep or mini-van Hertz Car Rental on January vacations at a participating Hawaii Hot Deals hotel or resort. Vacations must include transpacific air and a minimum, five-night stay at a participating hotel on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii, the Big Island. This free car rental is only valid on stays January 1 to 31, 2013.

Agents can increase their commission income by enhancing their clients’ vacation experiences with exciting activities. Pleasant Holidays offers Hawaii activities and sightseeing tours online at PleasantActivities.com. The site features real-time inventory and pricing for Hawaii’s most popular attractions including Pearl Harbor, Polynesian Cultural Center, Hawaiian luaus and more. In addition, Pleasant Holidays Concierge Service assists with arranging golf tee times, spa treatments, romantic dinners and more during travelers’ vacations.

Visit www.PleasantAgent.com.

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