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Sceptre Vacations is offering a $500 Amazon gift certificate to travel agents for any group booking of 15 or more that travels by Dec. 31, 2019. This award only qualifies on new bookings (other terms and conditions apply).

“Sceptre views travel agents as our partners and our aim is to incentivize and reward them to do even more business,” said Ben Block, CEO of DH Enterprise & Associates, Sceptre’s parent company, in press material. “We are dedicated to providing agents with the tools they need to grow their businesses. Booking groups with Sceptre is both profitable and easy.”

Customized Group Vacations
Sceptre Group Vacations has a team of full-service group travel experts that can assist travel agents step-by-step in the booking process, including prompt group price quotes and detailed planning. Pre-designed or customized itineraries created by Sceptre’s group team can include immersive sightseeing, local guides, free time, meals, professional drivers and luxury accommodations to a range of destinations in the United Kingdom and Europe. Group sizes can be from 10 to up to 100 passengers or more. Sceptre offers regular webinars on selling groups and provides collateral material to help agents find new clients as well.

“Groups are our specialty,” says Block. “Sceptre ensures that each experience is personalized and remarkable. Travel agents know that when they work with us that their groups will have a customized trip that is truly memorable.”

Popular group itineraries for travel in 2019 include:

  • Germany’s Christmas Markets
  • The Truffle Festival of Piedmont along with Lake Como Cooking Classes
  • Spending New Year’s Week in Reykjavik

Travel agents can e-mail Sceptre Group Vacations at groups@sceptrevacations.com or call (800) 813-5297. For more information, visit sceptrevacations.com.

 

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