Agents Get Commission on Services for Families Visiting Puerto Vallarta

 

Puerto Vallarta Vacation Baby is now providing services for visitors with infants and toddlers. Clients traveling to the Puerto Vallarta area can rent strollers and other equipment needed by families traveling with small children.

By using Puerto Vallarta Vacation Baby, parents can avoid carrying bulky items, risking damage to their own equipment and possibly having to pay airline fees for over-limit baggage. Families are more likely to incur the fees since many carriers have reduced limits for carry-on and checked baggage. Local residents can also benefit from Puerto Vallarta Vacation Baby’s services by preparing in advance for guests with small children.

Travel professionals receive commission from Puerto Vallarta Vacation on bookings. By logging into the special travel agent page on the company’s website and paying with an agency credit card, the agent will earn a 10 percent commission. Visit www.puerto-vallarta-vacation-baby.com.

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