GOGO Launches Hawaii Booking Incentive

GOGO Worldwide Vacations has launched an incentive program for travel agents who book qualifying Hawaii trips for their clients through September. Under the Hawaii version of its "Earn More Money" program, retailers can earn up to $60 per room in additional commission, based on a bonus of $10 per night. To qualify, bookings must be made at a participating hotel by September 30 for a stay of at least four nights; travel period is September 1 through January 31, 2007. Hotels taking part in the program are the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and the Hyatt Regency Waikiki on Oahu; the Grand Hyatt Kauai and Marc Resorts Princeville on Kauai; the Hyatt Regency Maui on Maui; the Fairmont Orchid and Hapuna Beach Prince on the Big Island; and the Marc Molokai Shores on Molokai. Retailers can visit the agent tools section of GOGO's web site at [www.gogowwv.com], contact their local branch office, call the GOGO Aloha Desk at 866-286-4646 or contact their regional business-development manager.

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