As part of Goway Travel’s "Sell Downunder Months,” the company has launched a new incentive for travel agents, who can earn up to $50 per couple booked to travel to Austrailia, New Zealand and some of the South Pacific Islands. Presently, all agents earn $10 per passenger for airline tickets issued by GowayAir. During "Sell Downunder Months," Goway is adding a land-booking incentive where agents earn $25 per person if an air and land inclusive vacation is booked. All incentives are loaded to the agents Goway Incentive card.
Travel agents who make 3 or more bookings on any Australian or New Zealand escorted motorcoach tour traveling with Australian Pacific Tours will also receive a free APT tour for one person up to 9 days in duration, and their names will go into a drawing to win a ticket on Air New Zealand to join the tour.
Furthermore, during the first two weeks of Sell Downunder month, if Goway’s Downunder brochure is on display when a sales rep visits the office, they will leave some Aussie goodies to be enjoyed by your staff.
"There is more to selling Downunder than coming out with a brochure and discounting what you have," said Bruce Hodge, the Australian founder and President of the 43-year-old company. "There are many different and exciting ways for travelers to explore, experience and enjoy the fabulous lands Downunder. This month we want to prove that to agents and help them sell more and make more."
Some ideas to consider:
- Long-stay winter escapes to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji or Cook Islands
- 35 different self-drive itineraries in Australia and New Zealand
- Small group, first-class touring experiences operated by Goway themselves
- Some of the world's greatest trains
- Budget and top class motor coach touring experiences
- Special places to stay that Goway designates "Stays of Distinction"
- More ways to fly Downunder such as Circle Pacific, Around the World or even via Easter Island
- Adventure opportunities to take advantage of the Downunder outdoor lifestyle
- Boutique and expedition cruising experiences
- Road tripping by motor home as the retired Aussie "Grey Nomads" do
- Goway's Sydney office can arrange a golf game on Australia's world-class courses that were previously unavailable to the general public