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  • FTM adds eight more lines to cruise choice
  • A Kiwi president of SKAL International (again)
  • New face at Fuzion Travel
  • Viva / PONANT offer $1700 flight credit
  • Who is the Kiwi checking out Kazakhstan?
  • New face with Tourism Fiji in NZ office
  • Did you know? Exotic Holidays' quiz continues
  • America's first beer spa
  • Adventure World names Asia incentive winner
  • Niue self famils to return with Air New Zealand
  • It's ON! for agents at NSW quiz sessions
  • Discovering the Dolomites on foot
  • And this week's Mystery Person is...

The TAANZ National Travel Industry Awards 2014 have just been declared a sell-out, says The Travel Agents Association of New Zealand’s chief executive officer Andrew Olsen.

‘If you haven’t got a ticket, you’ll have to hear about it afterwards,’ he says.

The awards are being held on Saturday, August 30 at the Pullman Auckland and Olsen says industry support has been overwhelming. ‘The first year is not without its moments of discovery and the industry has adopted a wonderful, collaborative approach.’

He advises that people should not be late for the event. ‘We will be starting with a surprise.’

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