Travel Bound Announces Las Vegas Incentive for Travel Agents

 

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Travel Bound has announced a Las Vegas incentive for travel agents on bookings through December 31. Travel agents can win hotel stays for themselves and compete for a grand prize that includes roundtrip air, hotel, dinner and show tickets. Agents can create a wide range of customized F.I.T. Las Vegas packages for their clients, selecting from over 90 hotels in all price categories and 50 commissionable sightseeing tours, attractions, and transfers.

Prizes awarded in the new “Everyone’s a Winner” incentive program offers a better chance to win with an increased number of nights booked:

for 25 room-nights booked, agents win a hotel voucher for two nights
for 35 room-nights, show tickets are added to the two free nights
for 50 room-nights, dinner is added to two nights and show tickets

The Grand Prize will be awarded to the agent who books the most room-nights by December 31. It includes roundtrip airfare to Las Vegas, two hotel nights, dinner and show tickets. For agents to qualify for the incentive, trips must be booked and travel commenced by December 31, 2011. Prizes will be awarded in January 2012.

Tom Buchberger, Travel Bound’s director of sales, said,  “Las Vegas is one of our most popular U.S. vacation destinations all year long, with a constant stream of new or recently renovated properties and new attractions and shows to enjoy, whether it’s your client’s first trip there or their tenth. The ‘Everyone’s a Winner’ incentive gives agents the opportunity to get a free stay in a Las Vegas hotel themselves when they book 25 or more hotel nights.  The lucky Grand Prize winners, one in the U.S., one in Canada, will hit the jackpot and get a complete vacation when they book the most hotel nights with us.”

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