Continuing to expand its support for retail agents, Travel Impressions has added 12 new interactive presentations to its award-winning Dimension Series destination knowledge and training tool, along with a new web platform for enhanced functionality.To celebrate, the tour operator is launching a "Quest for Clues" program, providing agents with opportunities to earn one of three $100 American Express gift cards or an iPad Mini while brushing up on their knowledge of Travel Impressions' resort and destination partners.
The "Quest for Clues" program provides agents with opportunities to win on a monthly basis. Agents simply view Dimension Series presentations and put their new knowledge to use by completing a short quiz and entry form. Multiple entries (one per successfully completed quiz) are permitted.
Three agents will be selected each month from March – December 2013. As an added bonus, all entries will also be entered into additional drawings for an iPad Mini in May, September and December.
Travel Impressions' Dimension Series portfolio currently features 30 targeted destination presentations, including the following recent additions:
• Hard Rock All-Inclusive Hotels
• New Zealand
• Queensland, Australia
• Riu Hotels & Resorts
• Riviera Maya
• Saint Lucia
• Sandals Royal Caribbean
• Sunswept Resorts, St. Lucia: Rendezvous + The Body Holiday
• Westin Playa Conchal
Travel Impressions' Dimension Series is available on-demand across multiple platforms. With optimization for tablets and other smart devices, as well as the ability to search by specific areas or activities, agents can utilize the presentations as a real-time sales tool when making recommendations to clients.
"Travel agents' best asset has always been and always will be their expertise," said Susan Black, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, Travel Impressions. "Our Dimension Series provides agents with a simple, fun way to increase their product knowledge on a broad range of destinations including the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, China and Australia. Travel agents' enhanced knowledge will lend to their authenticity and confidence as true destination specialists, likely resulting in improved sales performance."