Agents encouraged to be Swiss Travel Pass Superstars

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Agents encouraged to be Swiss Travel Pass Superstars

Agents encouraged to be Swiss Travel Pass Superstars

The Swiss Travel Pass Superstar Program which is back for its second year in Australia and New Zealand had started with a bang on 6 June.

With Switzerland being one of the more popular European countries for train travel, more and more agents are taking the opportunity to educate themselves on the products offered by the highly efficient Swiss transportation network.

The three-month program is a joint initiative between Rail Europe GSAs, Switzerland Tourism and the Swiss Travel System, with the key objective to better equip agents with the necessary information and updates about the Swiss transportation network, its wide array of products, routes and the added value on offer with the Swiss Travel Passes.

Agents will not only gain a wealth of information from the Program, but also have fun along the way. Over the course of the Program, which ends on 31 August, agents must sell as many passes as they can and answer a series of quiz questions in the six modules. Agents who get eight out of 10 questions correct are eligible to win prizes including a Victorinox suitcase and a Nespresso coffee machine, both valued at $320; and a Bucherer watch valued at $425.

All agents who successfully complete the modules and register a minimum of 48 points will receive certificates; and the three best performing GSA consultants for each module will also receive a $100 gift voucher.

Best of all, eight top performing agents and the two highest achieving GSA consultants will win a place in an all-inclusive 7D/6N famil to Switzerland later in the year, flying Swiss International Air Lines.

Agents must note that only Swiss Travel Pass products purchased through Rail Europe GSAs will be eligible. In Australia these are Rail Plus, CIT Holidays, Infinity Rail and Qantas/Viva Holidays/Rail Tickets. In New Zealand these are Go Holidays & Rail Plus.

Full terms and conditions apply.

Source = Rail Europe
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