TI Gay & Lesbian Travel, LVCVA Offer Agents Chance to Win Madonna Concert Tickets

Travel Impressions' TI Gay & Lesbian Travel program and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) have joined together to offer travel agents the chance to win tickets for the sold-out Madonna concert taking place at Madison Square Garden in New York City on October 7. Six pairs of tickets for will be awarded to the agents who book the highest number of nights in conjunction with air/land packages from New York to Las Vegas.

All bookings must be made by September 30, for travel through December 20, through the travel agent login on the homepage www.travelimpressions.com/gaytravel. At the end of the booking window, all travel agents will be ranked based on number of nights booked.  Winners will be hosted during the concert in a suite provided by the LVCVA. Winning travel agents are responsible for all costs associated with travel to New York for the concert as well as any other expenses incurred as a result of winning the prize.

Sample vacation packages to Las Vegas through the TI Gay & Lesbian Travel program start at $379 per person, based on double occupancy and include roundtrip airfare on US Airways from JFK International Airport, hotel accommodations, roundtrip airport/hotel transfers, and hotel tax.

Participating hotels include: Riviera Hotel & Casino; Luxor Hotel & Casino; Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino; Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino; Loews Lake Las Vegas Resort; and The Ritz Carlton, Lake Las Vegas

As an incentive for booking through the TI Gay & Lesbian Travel program, agents can earn a $25 American Express Gift Cheque on each reservation that includes the Cancel for Any Reason Travel Protection Plan. This bonus gift cheque is valid on bookings made now through October 31, for travel through June 30, 2009.

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