Travel Counsellors celebrates agents reaching gold status

More than 140 Travel Counsellors were treated to an evening of dinner and entertainment at a five-star hotel near London recently to celebrate reaching Gold status.

The company has a total of 226 Gold status Travel Counsellors in the UK who have between them made £373.5 million of sales over the past 12 months.

The dinner at Fairmont Windsor Park Hotel included 36 ‘new-to-Gold’ franchisees.

Other achievements include TCs who achieved Gold having joined the homeworking agency just before the pandemic; a TC who achieved Gold again after being a TC for 19 years; and many TCs who embarked upon the ‘Going for Gold’ training and support to help them to become top sellers within the industry.

Jim Eastwood, global sales director at Travel Counsellors, said: “We had a great turn out for our Gold celebration event at an absolutely stunning property.

“We love spending time with our TCs, recognising great achievements, and reflecting on a record-breaking past 12 months.

“We now have the highest number of Gold franchisees ever and it was a pleasure to reward even more New-to-Gold TCs.

“Our Gold TCs are all leaders within our community and continue to lead by example.”

In order to achieve gold status Travel Counsellors need to reach a minimum level of sales over the course of a year.

Gold TCs will also be invited to attend one of a choice of four Gold overseas trips scheduled for later this year.

The TCs were joined by supplier, sponsor partners including Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Qatar Airways, Accor, Rixos Hotels, Royal Pavilion, Fairmont St Andrews, Sofitel – Dubai the Palm.

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