Sirenis Hotels & Resorts Launches Agent Incentive Program

Sirenis Hotels & Resorts has launched a new travel agent program: Sirenis Passport. The program provides agents with marketing tools and sales resources to sell Sirenis' two all-inclusive properties in the Caribbean. Agents who register now will be automatically entered to win a three-night stay at their choice of either resort.

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The company owns and operates Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Resort & Spa in Mexico and Sirenis Punta Cana Resort & Aquagames in the Dominican Republic. Sirenis Passport was created to strengthen the company's relationships with trade contacts and help agents grow their businesses. Agents will soon be able to earn 10 percent commission on each booking made through Sirenis Passport.

Once registered, agents will have access to webinars, customizable marketing pieces, images, logos, brochures, web banners and more. A unique feature allows members to track client information and analyze customer trends. Plus, registered members will bet he first to know about new promotions and agent incentives.

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To celebrate the launch of Sirenis Passport, the company will be giving away a three-night/four-day stay to either Caribbean property. Agents must sign up by July 31 to be registered to win. 


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