First Class Ontario opportunity for agents

First Class Ontario opportunity for agents

First Class Holidays’ most ambitious trade incentive to date will see 40 agents invited to discover Ontario in April.

Toronto and Niagara Falls will host the group from April 24-28 as the headline reward of the operator’s ‘CanadaFest’ initiative.

First Class will fly the agents out to Toronto from London with Air Canada, with accommodation at the city’s Fairmont Royal York Hotel.

A ‘welcome evening’ will be followed by three days of exploring Toronto and the surrounding region, with the operator promising “days of fun-filled activities, excursions, Canadian cuisine, drinks and more”.

The trip will conclude in Ontario’s wine region, Niagara on the Lake, with an overnight stay and a farewell dinner at Niagara Falls.

Daniel Gathercole, Managing Director of First Class Holidays, commented: “We have really enhanced our agent events in the last few years.

“In 2021 we invited over 80 agents to an exclusive overnight event at Stapleford Park, a country estate in Leicesterhire, for our ‘Around the World’ with First Class Holidays event, then last year we staged more events in Manchester, London and over 40 agents stayed with us to celebrate Canada Day at Hornington Manor, near York.

“But we have been searching for something extra special and even more memorable. After a few glasses of wine in a meeting with Destination Canada, we came up with an idea to do our next big event – but this time in Canada!

“So in April, in partnership with Destination Canada, we will have 40 agents, tourism partners and some of our key staff in Canada for what will be a memorable four days.

“The event will be an opportunity for agents to see Toronto and Ontario first hand but also learn about other Canadian regions by way of fun ‘treasure hunt’ style training.

More detail of the trip will be sent to agents but they can register their interest in attending by emailing sales@fcholidays.com 

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