Win a Trip to Tahiti and More During Pleasant Holidays’ Travel Agent Incentive Month


Pleasant Holidays and its luxury brand, Journese, Wednesday began Travel Advisor Appreciation Month: 30 Days of Thanks. 

During the month of November, the tour operator is honoring travel agent partners with special award incentives. Travel advisors who make the most qualifying Pleasant Holidays or Journese bookings each week will be eligible to win one of 30 prizes (up to 7 prizes awarded per week), including: three-night Hotel room stays in Hawaii, Caribbean, Mexico and Tahiti; office lunches; and $50 gift cards.

In addition, the travel advisor with the highest number of total qualifying bookings in November will be eligible to win the grand prize – a trip for two to Tahiti with a five-night hotel stay at the Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island, including round trip, economy-class transpacific air from LAX on Air Tahiti Nui and inter-island air (approximate value $5,850).

The 30 Days of Thanks is combinable with all other Pleasant Holidays and Journese promotions and incentives, travel agents can visit PleasantAgent.com for more.

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