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Fiji experience for agents

Shayal Devi
Monday, May 05, 2014

NINE retail travel agents from Italian tour company Alidays Travel Experiences will get a chance to experience what Fiji has to offer courtesy of inbound travel operator Pacific Destinationz, national carrier Fiji Airways, Tourism Fiji along with respective hotel and resort suppliers.

Pacific Destinationz managing director James Sowane said the deal was a part of their marketing partnership activities with key wholesaler partners in Europe.

"This is with the primary objective of incentivising their top performing retail agents to be educated and personally experience what Fiji has to offer to their clients," he said.

"The agents will be visiting and experiencing hotels and resorts on Denarau, Mamanuca, Pacific Harbour and Beqa.

"The travel agents are all visiting Fiji for the first time and they are top sellers for Alidays Travel Experiences who are focused on increasing their business to Fiji."

Mr Sowane the company's marketing representative in Europe, Roberta Rho had undertaken an intensive eight-day itinerary to be updated on key Fiji products.





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