Tripology Adds Sales Incentives With Las Vegas CVA

Tripology has partnered with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) as part of the referral service's new Travel Industry Supporter Program with exclusive incentives and offers for Tripologists. As a Tripology Travel Industry Supporter, the LVCVA will reimburse Tripologists for the cost of their leads for groups of 10 rooms or more entered via its group widget at, Tripology reports.

"This new alliance with LVCVA adds great new perks for Tripologists booking rooms in Las Vegas," said Veronique Deblois, vice president of travel trade sales and marketing for Tripology. "We are thrilled to be working with the team at LVCVA and to be able to offer Tripologists another source of free lead credits."

"We are looking forward to working with Tripology's more than 12,500 travel specialists to get them participating in various promotions and to provide them with timely updates on Las Vegas," said Ed Fioravante, sales executive at LVCVA.

Here's how it works:
*    Tripologist simply buys a Tripology lead for Las Vegas
*    If the lead is for 10 rooms or more, the specialist requests reimbursement via the Tripologist Dashboard
*    Then enters the group lead information on the LVCVA website at:

Tripology's new Travel Industry Supplier Program is not a preferred supplier program, but a cost-effective way for Tripologists to get compensated for some of their leads. It’s a win-win for both travel specialists and travel industry providers.

For travel specialists, the new program offers the opportunity to garner free lead credits for bookings made with participating industry supporters.  Industry supporters gain exposure to new clients via Tripology's 12,500 registered travel specialists, marketing opportunities towards the agent community, dedicated relationship manager, and more. has been appropriately designed to be simple for specialists to join and use whenever they seek incremental business.  The site's user-friendly interface and tools help ensure the success of the travel specialists.  Plus, registration is free; there are no membership fees and no minimum purchase is necessary.  Specialists only purchase the leads they want, Tripology reports.

For a complete list of Tripology's Travel Industry Supporter Program participating providers, registered specialists can access their dashboard at Other agents and industry suppliers can get additional information at

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