Intrepid Group Offers More Incentives in "30 Years of Purpose" Agent Program

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Intrepid Group is finishing the final month of its largest Purpose-Driven Agent Incentive in the Americas with more chances to win.

The three-month campaign—which began on February 1—rewards 30 advisors every month. For April only, along with earning Purpose Points toward a free trip to Nepal, the 10 top-selling agents will earn $100 Intrepid Bucks useable toward any of Intrepid Group’s sustainable, small-group adventures—via Intrepid Travel, Peregrine Adventures and Urban Adventures—on every continent. Intrepid Group will also be offering a two percent bonus commission to all agent partners for the full month of April. Terms and conditions apply.

To end the three-month Purpose-Driven Agent Incentive, the top Purpose-Driven Agents with the most accumulated Purpose Points (earned by booking customers on Intrepid Group tours and by sharing on social) will win a free trip to Nepal, led by Co-Founder Geoff Manchester, to celebrate Intrepid’s 30th anniversary.


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The 10 Purpose-Driven Agent winners will join a free 10-day Experience Nepal FAM trip departing November 3, 2019, which includes several activities like hiking and a cooking class with Seven Women, an organization that has aided over 1,000 disadvantaged women in Nepal—supported by Intrepid Group’s not-for-profit The Intrepid Foundation.

Any new registration will retroactively receive Purpose Points for all Intrepid Group trips sold and social media posts within the incentive period.

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