Advisors, we know you’re feeling the love this month, and Collette is pouring it on. They’re showing their appreciation for you through trip giveaways and other prizes.
Each advisor who secures at least two bookings from May 1, 2023, to June 30, 2023, will earn a $50 incentive.
But there’s more: The three advisors who secure the most bookings in the month of May will earn even more. The top booking advisor will win a free Spotlight tour of their choosing. Second and third place will win $2,000 and $1,000 travel vouchers, respectively.
The winners will be announced on May 31, 2023.
Though May marks the official month for celebration, Collette thanks its advisors year-round. Each advisors receives a 50 percent discount on tours, with companions receiving 25 percent.
“Our advisors are so important to us at Collette,” said Jaclyn Leibl-Cote, president and chief customer experience officer at Collette, in a press release statement. “We’re happy to give back to them, not only throughout May but also year-round, with some fantastic perks.”
Collette Offers Cultural Treasures of Japan Tour
Collette’s Cultural Treasures of Japan tour gives travelers the chance to explore ancient and modern Japanese culture firsthand—whether they’re making their own sushi or exploring ancient temples.
During this 14-day tour, travelers will have opportunities to learn the art of the tea ceremony, stand before the famous Senso-ji Buddhist temple, tour Matsumoto Castle, known as the “Crow Castle” for its black exterior, taste legendary Hida beef and sip sake at a local brewery, and delve into Kyoto. Travelers can secure their spot on the Cultural Treasures of Japan tour with a departure date as early as May 21, 2023, for prices starting at $4,999 pp.
“The wonderful experience that Collette offers as part of the Cultural Treasures of Japan tour is a prime example of how we do it all,” saif Leibl-Cote in a press release statement. “Travelers who embark on the 14-day experience will have the chance to learn about things old and new, all while taking in some of the nation’s most breathtaking sights.”
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