Thanksgiving Incentives From Pleasant Holidays, Journese

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Pleasant Holidays and its luxury brand, Journese, have announced the return of their Travel Advisor Appreciation Month: 30 Days of Thanks. During this month of giving thanks, Pleasant Holidays and Journese are honoring their travel advisor partners, showing gratitude and appreciation with special reward incentives.
 
During the entire month of November, travel advisors who make the most qualifying combined Pleasant Holidays and/or Journese bookings each week for travel in 2019 and 2020 will be rewarded with one of 30 prizes, including:

  • Three-night hotel stays including all-inclusive resorts
  • $100 gift cards
  • 1,000 bonus TRIP points for personal travel

Plus, the travel advisor with the highest sales of total qualifying bookings during the month of November will be rewarded with the Grand Prize of Appreciation: a Tahiti voyage for two on Aranui Cruises, including onboard meals, select beverages, guided excursions, picnic and special meals onshore and more.

30 Days of Thanks is combinable with all other Pleasant Holidays and Journese promotions and incentives, including the tourism board certification incentives. For rewards and prize details, travel advisors can contact [email protected] or [email protected].

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