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Agents get interactive with roomsXML, Fairy Chimney Travels & G Adventures

It was a triple adventure for travel agents in Melbourne this month at the roomsXML, Fairy Chimney Travels and G Adventures interactive evening.

It was a triple adventure for travel agents in Melbourne this month at the roomsXML, Fairy Chimney Travels and G Adventures interactive evening.

Over 50 Melbourne travel agents attended the ‘Triple Adventure Evening’ held at the award-winning ‘outpost’ of G Adventures in Melbourne.

Food and beverage was being served along with engaging presentations and entertainment from an African drumming troupe.

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In addition to eating and socialising, attendees were also given the opportunity to get to know the three brands a little better and their charitable undertakings.

G Adventures took the time to talk about its 25-year history and new developments such as its partnership with National Geographic, their aim for 50 Planeterra projects in 5 years and a brand campaign which will assist agent partners by increasing the awareness of the G Adventures brand.

“Many thanks to all of the agents who came along on the night. It was fantastic to be able to showcase our G office, which gives a real insight into our culture.”

Belinda Ward, G Adventures Managing Director Australia & New Zealand

“We enjoyed being able to share the news of our partnership with National Geographic, our 50 in 5 campaign for Planeterra, and our new brand campaign which will assist our agent partners in selling more travellers on G Adventures trips.”

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roomsXML’s Mark Luckey took out time to talk about G Adventures’ ‘Women on Wheels‘ project as well as the company’s sponsorship of 50 school children in Bangalore.

“It was a great atmosphere to catch up with existing agents and meet some new ones.”

Mark Luckey, roomsXML

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“If agents take the trouble to come to our events we promise we won’t disappoint and this one was fantastic fun.”

Meanwhile for Fairy Chimney Travels the event was an opportunity to share major development such as the chartering of a 700 berth cruise ship moored in the cove for the Gallipoli dawn service in 2015.

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Jenny Kwon, from the company, shared some of her experiences and knowledge about not only Gallipoli but Turkey, based off a long history and one of the most productive years for the company to date.

Check out a clip of the event below:

Did you attend the event? What was the highlight for you?