IMAGE: You could win a Cuban Beach Holiday!
Agents who book a TravelCube Beach Collection product between 15 February and 29 March 2017 will be in the weekly running for to win one of five fabulous holiday prizes – one for each week of the promotion – with the agent making the most bookings during the incentive period scoring seven nights’ accommodation in Cuba and $3000 worth of airfares!
TravelCube’s 2017 Beach Collection brochure features 10,000 properties worldwide – including Cuba, the South Pacific, Hawaii, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia – and beach properties are now the company’s fastest growing segment with bookings up by 40% in the past 12 months.
During the promotion period, the following weekly prizes will be awarded to the agent with the most beach properties booked and paid for at the end of each week:
WEEK 1: Five nights at Queensland’s Sheraton Mirage, Gold Coast
WEEK 2: Five nights at Thailand’s Marriott Resort & Spa, Nai Yang Beac
WEEK 3: Four nights at Hawaii’s Pacific Beach Waikiki and two nights at the Honua Kai Maui
WEEK 4: Four nights at Fiji’s Sheraton Tokoriki and two nights at Sheraton Fiji
WEEK 5: Four nights at the Sheraton Bali, two nights at the Royal Beach Seminyak and two nights at Istana Rama, Bali
The agent making the most Beach Collection bookings during the incentive period will then win seven nights’ accommodation in Cuba – three nights at the Hotel Memories Miramar in Havana and four nights at the Memories Varadero – along with $3000 worth of airfares.
TravelCube’s portfolio of beach properties is set to more than double this year, with an extra 12,000 properties coming online as a result of the company’s recent acquisition of MTS Globe.
TravelCube vice president sales and marketing, Pacific, John Stucci said the expansion will directly benefit Australian travel agents.
“The wide range of beach inventory means consultants can meet the needs of a broad client base, including families, couples, high-end travellers and budget holidaymakers,” said Stucci.
“At the same time, the average beach booking value is a higher than urban bookings, which translates to high earnings for our travel agency partners.”