Rocky Mountaineer Offers New Training Incentive

by Jessica Montevago
Rocky Mountaineer Offers New Training Incentive

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Rocky Mountaineer Specialists have access to a special promotional offer this month.

From now until May 3, 2019, Rocky Mountaineer Specialists are eligible to receive $500 Rocky Mountaineer dollars that can be put towards a 2019 booking for one of their clients (value cannot be divided between clients). Agents must have completed the TRACKS online training and be a qualified Rocky Mountaineer Specialist to be eligible for the promotional offer.

Rocky Mountaineer dollars can be applied to any package; are promotion eligible; are available on new bookings only, applicable to travel in 2019; and exclude blackout dates.

Advisors who complete the Rocky Mountaineer Training Program and Sales Companion receive a certificate of completion, an expert logo, free marketing materials, and access to more special offers and promotions.

The luxury train operator offers over 65 unique Canadian vacation packages and four distinctive rail routes through British Columbia, Alberta and the Pacific Northwest.

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