Travel Impressions Launches Atlantis Facebook Promotion

atlantisTravel Impressions is inviting agents to visit its Facebook page where the tour operator will feature a different theme on the  Atlantis, Paradise Island resort each week. Travel agents are encouraged to share a personal anecdote or client story highlighting an experience at the luxury resort appropriate for that week’s theme. Entries will be accepted Dec. 11, 2013 – Jan. 3, 2014.

The top five stories for each theme will be voted on by the travel agent community (via Facebook) and each winner will receive a $25 American Express Gift Cheque. At the beginning of January, the four winners will be entered into a random drawing for the grand prize of $500 in American Express Gift Cheques.

The contest is the latest in a series of social media initiatives from Travel Impressions. Recently its Social U. by Travel Impressions webinar series accepted over 800 registrants. 

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RELATED: Travel Impressions Reports 800 Webinar Registrants

The company has also been expanding in the Caribbean. In September, it added Martinique to the list of destinations it serves. The new program is the result of a partnership with the Martinique Promotion Bureau, which has been actively working to become more accessible to American travelers, Travel Impressions says.

RELATED: Travel Impressions Adds Martinique to Destinations

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