GOGO Announces $10,000 Giveaway for Agents Booking in December


For the third year in a row, GOGO Vacations will give away its biggest payout of the year, $10,000, to one travel agent who books within December. All new bookings made from December 1 through December 31 will be eligible.

To win the prize, agents must book within December; travel does not need to fall within December. Every booking an individual makes counts as an automatic entry. The more bookings agents make, the more chances they have to win. There are no limits to the number of entries an agent can make.

Only one person will receive the $10,000 prize, with the winner to be announced on January 11, 2019 in a GOGO Vacations Travel Agent Insider email. If the winner does not respond of contact GOGO Vacations by January 18, this winner will be disqualified and a new one will be drawn at random.

Luxury Travel Advisor’s ULTRA Summit

May 21-23, 2019 | Reunion | Kissimmee, FL

This exclusive, invite-only event focused on the luxury travel market brings together world-class travel agency owners and managers with the most opulent, luxury suppliers to cultivate collaboration, share insights, and help carve a path into the future of luxury travel.

GOGO Vacations’ president John Van den Heuvel described the giveaway as “a great way to award to one of our valued travel agents for a year of hard work and dedication to their clients and this industry.”

GOGO Vacations, founded more than 67 years ago and acquired by Australian-based Flight Centre Limited in 2008, is a United States travel wholesaler. Working exclusively with travel agents, the company serves over 8,000 travel professionals. GOGO Vacations will continue unveiling new perks and offers each month in 2019.

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