Do you know a fellow travel agent in need of a well-deserved holiday?
A message from Malta Tourism Authority:
Today (24 July) is National Travel Agent Day, a day to acknowledge and appreciate all that you do to inspire, inform and create incredible experiences for your clients.
We are so grateful for your continued support, the travel agent community, who have long worked by our side to share Malta, Gozo and Comino with holidaymakers. With your dedication, Malta has continued to be a very popular destination with British travellers with nearly 650,000 arriving in 2019.
The industry has faced one of its most challenging years to date. We feel now more than ever that you deserve recognition for your commitment to travel and tourism; an industry that creates long-lasting memories and enables tourists to become storytellers.
Our streets have been too quiet recently and we, alongside the people of Malta, would like to say thank you for encouraging tourists to enjoy our sunshine, culture, food and warm spirit year in, year out. We’re thrilled to have started welcoming you and your clients back to our archipelago in the heart of the Mediterranean.
Recommend a colleague to be chosen as Malta’s first Travel Agent of the Year for 2020. The people of Malta are famed for being resilient, friendly and passionate, so the tourist board is keen to reward kindred spirits in the UK. Maybe you have a colleague who continually goes above and beyond for their clients, maybe they have shown great bravery like Malta’s historic Knights of the Order of Saint John or perhaps they have been altruistic in these challenging times. To nominate someone for Malta’s Travel Agent of the Year, send a 200-word recommendation to email@example.com by 24 August 2020.
Malta’s Travel Agent of the Year will win a three-night city break at the Casa Rocca Piccola in the heart of Malta’s capital city, Valletta. If you’re the agent who has written the winning recommendation, you will be offered a place on the three-night Malta Academy, which will be held on the Maltese Islands from 1-4 April 2021.
The winner will be announced on 28 August.