Thursday, April 15, 2010
Chimu Adventures Launches New South America Brochure with a Free Trip to Peru!
Latin America and Antarctica specialist – Chimu Adventures, has launched their new South America brochure featuring the most popular tours to Argentina, Chile, Peru, Brazil and multi-country tours. To help celebrate the launch of the new brochure, Chimu Adventures is offering a lucky consultant the chance to win a trip for 2 to South America including a highlights of Peru tour and $AUD 2000 worth of airline credit.
Greg Carter believes this will serve as a great reward to one of the increasing number of agents who are beginning to book Chimu Adventures’ range of South America products and use their expert destination knowledge – “We have really seen an increase in agent bookings this year and we are very confident that with our new brochure, our second to none customer service and the best products in South America, we will see further increases and develop more great relationships with agents across Australia”.
To be eligible to enter, agents must make at least one booking over the value of $AUD 2,000 with Chimu Adventures by August 2010 and the more bookings an agent makes the more entries they will receive.
Further to the incentive, Chimu Adventures is offering a special 20% commission on all land based tours for the first booking from a new agency and then a standard 12% for bookings until August 2010. To order your copy of the new brochure, please contact Chimu Adventures on (02) 9280 0123 or email@example.com
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