Ladies and gentlemen of the travel industry start packing your bags because you COULD be off on a 15-day ocean cruise courtesy of Viking Cruises.

All you have to do is be REALLY GOOD at marketing the cruise line’s new ‘Winter Wanderlust’ campaign.

In a little more detail:

Viking Cruises is asking Travel Agents to use Viking images and collateral for print and in-store marketing activity themed around Winter Wanderlust, during which cruisers can save up to $6,300 per couple and fly free on select itineraries.

Viking Cruises Wanderlust

Click here for more on the promo.

The sale runs from 1 May to 31 July 2018 and can include EDMs, social media posts, print ads, website updates, direct mail, info sessions and/or a window display.

Agents are being encouraged to think out outside the box because the best submission (as judged by Viking Cruises’ MD, GM Marketing, Director of Sales and Trade Marketing Manager) will win.

Once marketing is out for all customers to see, consultants then need to complete an entry form, by clicking here, and including examples of the campaign by 3 August 2018.

Winter Wunderlust

The winner will be announced on 10 August, when they’ll be given a 15-day Southeast Asia and Hong Kong ocean cruise for two adults on Viking Orion in a Deluxe Veranda stateroom departing 23 September 2018.

The prize includes onboard meals, wine and beer with onboard lunch and dinner, a free shore excursion in all five ports and unlimited wi-fi.

Michelle Black, Viking’s Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand, said this incentive is a great opportunity for Agents to experience the Viking ocean difference.

“Now is the time to brainstorm with your team and get creative!”

Michelle Black, Viking Cruises Managing Director Australia & New Zealand 

For additional information, Agents can email: [email protected]


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