Grand Slam winners scoop tickets to Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour
Don’t stop ’til you get enough was at the forefront of agents’ minds when Holiday Extras offered them a Michael Jackson-themed incentive to increase Airparks bookings.
The latest Holiday Extras Grand Slam scheme ran from July to the end of September, and travel agents were entered into a prize draw each time they booked a space at one of Airparks’ eight UK car parks.
Seventeen leading travel consultants, including Danielle Randle from Bolsover Cruises and Holiday Extras’ partnerships development manager Lindsay Garvey-Jones, pictured, enjoyed VIP access to the Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour at the O2 Arena in North Greenwich.
Lindsay Garvey-Jones, partnerships development manager at Holiday Extras, commented: “What an absolutely amazing evening! It’s such a nice feeling to be able to reward people for their hard work.
“Tickets to the Brits are up for grabs in the next Grand Slam incentive, so get booking those Airparks spaces!”
Notes to editors
Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour is the official theatrical production by Cirque du Soleil, which uses the music and vision of Michael Jackson along with Cirque du Soleil’s acrobatic performance style.
The next Grand Slam incentive runs from the beginning of October to the end of Decemeber.
The seventeen agents were Sharron Roat from Abbotts Travel; Danielle Randle from Bolsover Cruises; Louise Parker from Saga; Cathy Goodwin from TUI Sittingbourne; Callum Darcy from Travel Smith; Nigel Hartin from Brighton Flight Centre; Tracy Stephens from Enfield Co-operative Travel; Jenny Jackson from Sunset Travel; Lydia Alexander from Colchester Travel; Thora Ingvarsdottir from Discover The World; Alex Welburn from Ashford First Choice; Wes Duncan from Brighton Thomson; Lauren Glen from Epping Co-operative Travel; Jodie Austin from Directline Holidays; Angela Versace from Richmond Flight Centre; Karen Stone from Classic Travel; Sally Dorrell from Go Travel.
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