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WIN a $5,000 holiday in Entire Travel Group 50th Birthday celebration

After five decades of tailoring travel packages, the wholesaler celebrating with a bonus commission offer for agents.

Entire Travel Group MD Brad McDonnell with Sales and Marketing Director Greg McCallum.

Entire Travel Group is celebrating 50 years of history by launching a massive competition where travel agents can win a $5,000 holiday and earn bonus commission on bookings.

The company that began in the 1970s as CIT Holidays and evolved into Entire Travel Group is also discounting all of its 300-plus available packages throughout March to commemorate the milestone.

In that 50-year period, brands such as French Travel Connection, Tahiti Travel Connection and Canada & Alaska Specialist Holidays eventually transformed into what we know today as Entire Travel Group.

For every booking made via Entire’s website in March, travel agents will receive a $50 cash voucher and will go into a draw to win a $5,000 holiday package of their choice.

Entire’s Sales and Marketing Director, Greg McCallum, said the legacy of those iconic brands lives on through the company today.

“[This is] most evident in the extraordinary range of holiday packages we offer to Europe, the Islands and Canada – more than at any time in our history,” McCallum said.

“But it’s also about a spirit of innovation and a dedication to providing specialist knowledge – that’s what underpinned all our heritage brands and it’s what continues to shape Entire Travel Group today and into the future.

“We’ve demonstrated that over the past 12 months through the launch of our ground-breaking pre-designed independent holiday packages, our unique Peace of Mind Booking Plan, and most recently our website’s Quote and Book Now features.

“This is an opportunity to look back and honour 50 years’ of history, to thank our travel partners for all of their support, and to look forward to continue working together to ensure many more years of success.”


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Written by: Matt Lennon

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