TravelManagers homebased Personal Travel Manager

first_imgTravelManagers’ home-based Personal Travel Managers (PTMs) report that cruise holiday sales are on the increase, and to prove the point, PTM Justine Trevenar, who is representative for Loganholme, QLD, has been named on P&O Flagship’s list of Top 20 selling consultants for 2018, while Nicole Edgar, representative for Narre Warren South, VIC, has been named among the finalists, in the ‘Home-Based/Mobile Agent of the Year 2018’ category, in Cruise Lines International Association’s (CLIA) 18th annual Cruise Industry Awards.Justine TrevenarTrevenar says says achieving Top 20 P&O status was a delightful surprise.“I was totally shocked: I had just been focused on looking after my clients. Then when I received the call to say I had finished the year within the Top 20, I was told I had made it to number ten and that I was the first person from TravelManagers to have made the list.“P&O Cruises are easy to book and easy for me to sell, as I’ve been on many cruises over the years.”CLIA finalist, Nicole Edgar, hoped she had submitted a strong application for the awards.Nicole Edgar“I had a good case to show how my cruise sales had increased and how my recent cruise marketing promotion had worked, but with the sheer number of Australia-wide applicants and the high calibre of applications, I was still surprised to have my nomination confirmed.”As an accredited CLIA Cruise Master, Edgar says she loves selling cruise holidays, and believes there is a cruise product to suit every client. She recently ran a highly-successful “Getaway with the Girls” promotion which saw the cruise component of her overall business soar from eight to 25 percent. cruiselast_img

first_imgTravelManagers’ home-based Personal Travel Managers (PTMs) report that cruise holiday sales are on the increase, and to prove the point, PTM Justine Trevenar, who is representative for Loganholme, QLD, has been named on P&O Flagship’s list of Top 20 selling consultants for 2018, while Nicole Edgar, representative for Narre Warren South, VIC, has been named among the finalists, in the ‘Home-Based/Mobile Agent of the Year 2018’ category, in Cruise Lines International Association’s (CLIA) 18th annual Cruise Industry Awards.Justine TrevenarTrevenar says says achieving Top 20 P&O status was a delightful surprise.“I was totally shocked: I had just been focused on looking after my clients. Then when I received the call to say I had finished the year within the Top 20, I was told I had made it to number ten and that I was the first person from TravelManagers to have made the list.“P&O Cruises are easy to book and easy for me to sell, as I’ve been on many cruises over the years.”CLIA finalist, Nicole Edgar, hoped she had submitted a strong application for the awards.Nicole Edgar“I had a good case to show how my cruise sales had increased and how my recent cruise marketing promotion had worked, but with the sheer number of Australia-wide applicants and the high calibre of applications, I was still surprised to have my nomination confirmed.”As an accredited CLIA Cruise Master, Edgar says she loves selling cruise holidays, and believes there is a cruise product to suit every client. She recently ran a highly-successful “Getaway with the Girls” promotion which saw the cruise component of her overall business soar from eight to 25 percent. cruiselast_img

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