Agents are really going to love ‘The New Wu’ because she’s giving them the chance to WIN one of eight spots on a famil to Sri Lanka.

 

Celebrating the launch of Wendy Wu Tours’ new trade concept and 2017 program, the tour operator has several incentives on offer, including the opportunity to experience The Teardrop of India.

Consultants will be in the running to win a spot on the famil with every Wendy Wu Tours booking made between now and 31 December.

So the more bookings made, the more chances of winning.

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Agents can go into the draw by participating in the tour operator’s Agent Facebook page competition by posting an image or video of their best ‘Kungfu’ pose before 31 October with the hashtags #TheNewWu and #KungfuWu.

Use the kick ass Wendy Wu animation for inspiration…

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Those who enter via Facebook will also go in the running to win a weekly prize, which will be revealed on the company’s Facebook page.

General Manager Andrew Mulholland said that the Sri Lanka agent famil has been created to showcase first-hand the different aspects offered on its range of Deluxe and Discovery tours, featuring more immersive and adventurous elements.

The incentives are part of the Asia specialists new trade concept reinforcing the ease of booking and genuine value of all packages. One of the prime benefits for agents is the ability to secure commission on every segment of a Wendy Wu Tour.

The company offers a range of product solutions to cater for the burgeoning tastes of customers looking to explore its destinations. From ‘Classic Group Tours’ on which the company‘s reputation has been built, offering great value for money and fully inclusive itineraries to the range of Deluxe programs, designed for the more discerning traveller.

The recently introduced ‘Discovery Tours’  focus on more active programs with up close and personal cultural experiences in lesser visited locations.  Increasingly popular is the ability to specially design tailor made itineraries and programs for special interest groups.

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