Travel agent receives 100,000 Loyalty Rewards Points
MISSISSAUGA, ON – In the final stages of its nine-month long contest, TravelBrands awarded another prize to a travel agent through Access. The prize consists of 100,000 Loyalty Rewards points as a way of showing #TravelBrandsLovesAgents. The eighth prize for the month of November was awarded to Fred Dehaas from Expedia CruiseShipCenters in Chilliwack, B.C.
“My wife and I have used TravelBrands as our go-to company for flights, all-inclusive vacations, car rentals and tours since day one,” says Fred Dehaas, owner and manager, Expedia CruiseShipCenters. “Recently we booked group of 335 people on a 16-night cruise. We used Exotik Tours for transfers and shore excursions; and the agents in that department did an absolutely top notch professional job in assisting us. I encourage our consultants to use TravelBrands as much as possible.”
From April until December 2017, travel agents were automatically entered for their chance to win Loyalty Rewards points for every online booking made through Access. The TravelBrands Loyalty Rewards program allows agents to collect points and redeem them for a multitude of rewards. This includes various merchandise, travel, gift cards and the ability to donate to multiple foundations and charities. The value of 100,000 loyalty rewards points is equivalent to $1,000.
The contest concluded on December 15, 2017. Following the conclusion, one lucky winner will be chosen to win a grand prize of 1,000,000 Loyalty Rewards points. The grand prize winner will be announced in the next coming weeks. Agents can visit www.travelbrandsaccess.com to learn more about the Loyalty Rewards points and any other contests hosted by TravelBrands.
Pictured: Eighth loyalty rewards points recipient, Fred Dehaas.
About TravelBrands Inc.:
TravelBrands is the largest independent travel company in Canada and includes 10 specialized brands. With offices from coast to coast and dedicated teams focusing on the various areas, TravelBrands is the most comprehensive one stop shop in the industry.