AMResorts Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary With Consumer, Agent Promos

All-inclusive hotel company AMResorts is turning 10 and looking to celebrate by rewarding the agents and consumer who made the company the Caribbean and Mexican success story it is today.

In July, the company launched 10 weeks of special promotions for guests and agents to join in the excitement of the milestone celebration, and have a chance to experience presidential treatment.

All guests who book a minimum of three nights and register them at www.amresortsanniversary.com will be entered to win a Presidential Suite upgrade applicable to their stay.  

The lucky winners will enjoy the resort’s best ocean views, most spacious accommodations, upgraded amenities and room features, as many celebrity guests have in the past. The weekly drawing will run from now through September 12 with a total of 10 winners.

Additionally, anyone can enter the 10-Year Anniversary at the same site for a chance to win a luxurious seven-night, Presidential Suite vacation for two including air. The grand prize winner will be selected on September 19. Also starting this month, AMResorts will reward the agent community with a dedicated sweepstakes promotion featuring weekly drawings for cash bonuses or free stays.

Every agent who registers their bookings (three-night minimum) at any of AMResorts’ five brands on AMRAgents.com will be entered to win one of five, three-night stays.  

Agents also will be entered to win a $500 bonus commission every other week between July 11 and September 12. A grand prize winner selected on September 19, will receive one seven-night, presidential suite vacation for two including air.

Visit www.amresorts.com.

 

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