World Travel Market’s Passport Competition, in association with Travel Weekly and Travel Channel, offers the largest prize handout of the year to travel agents.
More than 20 fam trips from across the world are on offer in this year’s Passport Competition on Travel Agents Day (Thursday November 15) at ExCeL.
The prizes will be presented at an exciting finale to the day, when X-Factor runner-up Ray Quinn will host the prize presentation and sing tracks from his hit swing CD.
To join in the fun, simply collect a Passport from the Travel Weekly booth in the Eastern Entrance at ExCeL on arrival and return it completed after visiting the participating stands. Make sure to attend the prize giving at WTM’s Conference Set, Platinum Suite Four at 3pm.
The competition is part of an action-packed programme of training, skills, interactive workshops, presentations and incentives for agents.
The initiative is supported by Co-operative Travel Trading Group, Advantage, Worldchoice, Travel Trust Association, Travel Counsellors and the Association of Independent Tour Operators.
Passport competition prize line-up
- Two nights in San Antonio, Texas.
- Three nights in Philadelphia.
- A 24-hour shopping trip to New York, flying with American Airlines.
- Seven nights in Fort Lauderdale.
- Three nights to Florida, with Hertz car, tickets to Disney and other attractions.
- ‘Take Some Time Out’ fam trip to Trinidad and Tobago.
- Fam trip to Antigua.
- Five nights at Almond Resorts hotels in Barbados or St Lucia.
- Seven nights at Paradise Island Harbour Resort, Bahamas.
- Two flights with bmi to Barbados.
- Seven nights at the Verandah Resort, Antigua.
- Seven nights’ all-inclusive at Grand Flamenco, Dominican Republic.
- Seven nights in a two-bedroomed apartment for Bahama Bay Resort.
- Flights to Windhoek, Namibia.
- Seven nights at Sahara Sun Oasis Hotel, Port Ghalib, Egypt.
- Flights with Qatar Airways.
- Future Travel £250 voucher.
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