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In the latest issue...

  • Trade says business holding despite virus 
  • Coronavirus balance – 'keep info real'
  • AA celebrates in CHC – it's a classic
  • TIME gathers speed with second intake
  • Sun Island rises in New Zealand
  • JAWS Plus 2020 – just do it!
  • Innovative Safari and Egypt update in PMR
  • Canterbury agents can win...
  • Cruise lines redeploy ships
  • Triple Rewards by Viking points on offer
  • Aussie Specialist Corroboree West highlights 
  • Tools for the trade to sell Kangaroo Island
  • Go with Tourism starts nationwide roll-out
  • Save 25% with Grand American Adventures
  • ANZAC Day in Turkey
  • Agent special at Aitutaki resort
  • Sheraton Waikiki agent offer
  • And the Mystery Person this week is...

East Coast USA had its first sales mission to New Zealand mid-July, and delegates say it won’t be the last. Representatives from New York City, New York State, Washington DC and Florida hosted a travel trade function and then met with product managers and media in business to business sessions at The Nathan Club in Auckland.

In 2013, New York City welcomed 26,000 visitors from New Zealand and Christopher Heywood, senior vice president global communications of NYC & Company says there is definite potential fro growth from the market.

Malcolm McLeod, First Travel; Roxana Rivera, Newseum, Washington DC

Mandy Veale, Mondo Travel; Catharine Pear, Bike and Roll, Washington DC

Gabrielle Brown, House of Travel; Makiko Matsuda Healy, NYC & Company

Man Jae Kwon and Carl Amos, both Starwood Hotels and Resorts

Tony Smith, Francis Travel Marketing; Jason Davis, Heartland Brewery, New York

Christopher Heywood, NYC & Company; Nadege Landa, Air New Zealand Holidays

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