Travel Agencies, Top sellers and vacation clubs working together for the benefit of tourists
Developing working models: A fair trade for everyone!
One of the most popular ways of traveling and enjoying Cancun and Riviera Maya is by acquiring a vacation club membership. Every year, thousands of people travel to both destinations to enjoy one or more weeks of sun, under such modality. Both destinations feature several apartments, condos, houses and hotel rooms that are managed under this concept.
The Mexican Association of Travel Agencies in Cancun (AMAV) and Servicios Turisticos Aeroportuarios (a Mexican time share organization) created an important agreement to improve the business relationship between time share sellers and travel agencies. But, how does it work?
Everybody knows that, hotels and vacation club sellers give their clients special discounts or free tours to the most popular activities in Cancun and Riviera Maya, such as dolphin swimming, day excursions or parks. This is their reward for attending their sales presentations.
Now, due to this new agreement and from now on, these special discounts and prizes will be negotiated with travel agencies that belong to the Mexican Association of Travel Agencies (AMAV). This way everybody wins! Tourists will spend a wonderful time, sellers will win clients, travel agencies make a sale and adventure parks have more visitors.
And quoting Mr. Sergio Gonzalez Rubiera, president of the AMAV: “It’s a perfect win-win situation! Simply the perfect circle!”
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