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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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.

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