African Travel Inc.’s Travel Agent Contest Offers Safari Trip for Two

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To celebrate the launch of its 2019 brochure, African Travel Inc. is launching a new contest for travel agents with a chance to win a safari vacation for two to South Africa. The eight-night trip will include three nights at the Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa in Cape Town, three nights at the private Lion Sands Game Reserve near Kruger National Park and two nights at the Oyster Box Hotel in Durban.

There are three ways to enter the “Live the Dream” contest: For every new booking (valued at $6,000 or more per person) made between September 1 and December 31, 2018, for travel in 2019, advisors will earn one entry; those who complete African Travel University will earn one entry; and advisors who post to one of African Travel's social media accounts ( TwitterFacebook or Instagram) telling where in Africa they’d love to visit with the #LiveTheATIDream hashtag, will earn one entry. All entries will be entered into the drawing, and a winner will be selected on January 5, 2019. 

As an additional incentive, advisors can also earn $50 “dream dollars” per booking if they book a 2019 African Travel brochure itinerary or FIT itinerary (valued at $6,000 or more per person) between September 2018 and December 2018. Dream dollars can be used toward an African Travel educational trip in 2019, or for a personal safari vacation. (Dream dollars are earned in addition to commission.)

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