Book 10 for Tauck to Receive Incentives

Tauck World Discovery is offering an incentive for agents who book parties of 10 or more travelers. For every tenth guest who travels on one of 26 select departures, the cost of the tour for the eleventh guest will be waived. Itineraries include trips to Europe, the United States and Canada. "We're looking to drive more group business directly through the front doors of our agent partners," said Navin Sawhney, Tauck's senior vice president of sales and marketing. "The average Tauck trip has over 100 fully commissionable trip components included in the price, so commission is earned on everything from theater tickets and admission to local attractions, to meals and tips to hotel bellmen." Agents will receive their normal commission rates on each of the 10 paying guests. Alternatively, agents may forgo the complimentary tour for the eleventh guest and instead earn 20 percent commission on each traveler. Call, 888-237-0281 or e-mail, [email protected].

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