EasyJet holidays has unveiled marketing, training and a prize draw to support high street travel agents, many of whom are opening their doors again on Monday (April 12).
Branded marketing material will be sent to more than 1,000 high street stores which can displaying the assets from next Monday (April 19).
EasyJet holidays will also launching a weekly draw for two agents to win one of eight holidays each week, for four weeks.
Agents who make a booking with easyJet holidays between April 19 and May 16 will be automatically entered into the weekly draws, with the first draw taking place on April 26.
The winning agents, who will be announced on the easyJet holidays’ agents Facebook page, will be given a £1,000 credit to be used on any holiday across its European network.
EasyJet holidays will also run customer events and virtual agent training for agents, many of whom are returning to work, either online or in store.
The events and training sessions will run by the easyJet holidays in-house distribution team.
Brad Bennetts (pictured), head of distribution for easyJet holidays, said: “Ever since we launched to trade in August 2020, we’ve been blown away by the response, so, as high street travel agents set to return to store, we want to show our support as they get back to business.
“We’re sending out newly designed branded assets to over 1,000 stores and we’re hosting training and customer brand events, open to all our trade partners, to help support them in booking the best holidays for their customers.
“And we know that many of our trade partners love to travel themselves but were unable to get away in 2020, so we’re really excited to be launching a weekly holiday draw to give our agents a bit of a boost and to show our appreciation for their support of easyJet holidays.
“We’re really looking forward to announcing the competition winners and to supporting our trade partners as they start to re-open and continuing our successful partnership with the trade for this summer and beyond.”
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