New training incentive from Rocky Mountaineer

New training incentive from Rocky Mountaineer

Travel agents that complete Rocky Mountaineer’s online training programme TRACKS have the chance to win a two-day rail trip in Western Canada or the US Southwest.

The online training offers information on the luxury tourist train company including itineraries and cabins as well as insights into the experience. TRACKS typically takes less than an hour to complete and qualifying agents will become certified Rocky Mountaineer Specialists.

Agents that complete the training before September 30 have the chance to win the Grand Prize of a complimentary two-day rail journey for two in Rocky Mountaineer’s SilverLeaf Service, valid for selected dates during the 2024 travel season.

Monthly gift card winners and all TRACKS graduates over the May-September incentive period will be eligible for the Grand Prize draw, which will take place in early October this year.

The Grand Prize winner will select their rail trip from three two-day Rocky Mountaineer routes: First Passage to the West, a journey that connects Vancouver with Lake Louise and Banff; Journey through the Clouds, a journey that travels between Vancouver and Jasper, passing by Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies; and Rockies to the Red Rocks, a route that connects Moab, Utah with Denver, Colorado, travelling alongside rivers, past mountain ranges and through the ancient rock canyons of the US Southwest.

New agents who register for and complete TRACKS training will also be entered into a monthly prize draw on graduation, with the chance to win a CA$150 (approximately £88) gift card. Prize draws will take place for those graduating each month from May to September, with one gift card winner per month.

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