Travel Agent Holiday Incentive From TravelCar

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Airport parking and car sharing company TravelCar.com reports that it has launched an incentive program for travel agents just in time for the holiday travel season. Travel agents who use TravelCar’s “Travel Agent Platform” to book parking reservations for their clients earn a 10 percent commission, plus they are entered in to a contest to win up to $250 in Amazon gift cards. Reservations must be made between December 14, 2018, and January 7, 2019. 

In October, TravelCar announced it had launched its Travel Agent Platform, which allows agents to book parking at airports, seaports, train stations, and city centers in more than 50 countries. Since then, the company says that it has partnered with more than 40 agencies in the U.S. and Canada. TravelCar’s parking network in the U.S. covers more than 50 cities, including 18 of the top 20 major airports with parking options at the top four airports in Canada.

In a written statement CEO and Co-Founder Ahmed Mhiri described the holiday incentive as the "first of many" planned by the company. 

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The contest is open to all travel agents and agencies who are based in the United States and Canada.  Travel agents can sign up for access for free at join.travelcar.com and begin making reservations for clients.

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