Club Med North America Unveils New Travel Agent Website

Club Med Sandpiper BayClub Med North America has launched its new travel agent website, www.clubmedta.com, where agents can get the most up-to-date information and book client vacations directly through Club Med's website.

Through the website, exclusive offers will be available to travel agents, including the chance to win a free stay at a Club Med property each month, as well as reduced rates programs for full-time travel agents working for an agency in the United States and a commission rate program.

Between now and December 31, 2010, travel agents can participate in the contest, "Sandpiper Bay Game on Incentive" to win one of three grand prizes for a seven-night air/land inclusive stay at Sandpiper Bay including private golf/tennis lessons. Runners-up will have the opportunity to win six American Express gift cards ranging from $100 to $1,000.

Located in Port St. Lucie, FloridaClub Med Sandpiper Bay is set for complete renovation to re-open December 17, 2010 with opening rates from $159 to booked by December 31, 2010 for travel between December 17 and February 22, 2011. From within its 216 acres, championship tennis facilities and an on-site 18-hole golf course with access to 15 courses nearby will complement two new restaurants and an infinity pool exclusively for adults. Among the children's programs and facilities, younger guests can enjoy a new Kidz Village, featuring a water splash park and an art center.

Other features of the website include Club Med marketing tools, including customizable e-flyers and downloadable brochures for agents to pass onto their clients, as well as photos and video footage.

Visit www.clubmedta.com.

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