Virgin Vacations Awards Home-Based Agent Trip to London

Nigel Osborne, president of Virgin Vacations , has awarded New Jersey home-based travel agent Leslie Berkman two tickets to London on Virgin Atlantic plus a four-night stay. Berkman was one of 250 fully paid agents who registered for the Original Home Based Travel Agent Show and Conference October 7-9 in Atlantic City.

“Our agents are hard-working, loyal customers of Virgin Vacations,” said Osborne. “We are proud to award trips like this to show our appreciation for their continual business.”

Travel agents are a vital part of Virgin Vacations continual success, Osborne noted. Along those lines, Virgin Vacations has created “The Net.Net. Offer,” a new travel stimulus program that allows travel agents to earn more commission as well as build customizable vacation itineraries for their clients. In turn, travelers have greater flexibility and travel options, increasing the overall value of their vacations. 

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