Pleasant Holidays Hosts Fall Trade Show

From left to right: Joyce Wishner of Altour International, Carlos Rubiano of CroisiEurope, and Jackie Ezra of Altour International
From left to right: Joyce Wishner of Altour International, Carlos Rubiano of CroisiEurope, and Jackie Ezra of Altour International

Pleasant Holidays recently hosted its Fall Trade Show, which brought together 100 travel agents with travel industry partners at the Mountain Gate Country Club in Los Angeles near Pleasant Holidays’ Westlake Village headquarters.

The two-hour, invitation-only event, which took place October 20, allowed agents to ask questions about the hotels, resorts, cruises and destinations in attendance. Destinations represented included the Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico, the South Pacific and U.S. cities.

Highlights of the al fresco evening included informal presentations; a cocktail reception; and raffle prizes that featured gift cards, theme park tickets, gift baskets, and more than 20 separate hotel stays, including a grand prize of two nights each at Le Meridien Bora Bora, Le Taha‘a Island Resort and Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa, Rangiroa for a combined six-night stay in French Polynesia. In addition, agents who attended the event received 500 Bonus TRIP points. TRIP is Pleasant Holidays’ Travel Reward Incentive Program where agents receive points for personal travel for every booking.

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