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Published on Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Olympic Holidays launches first TV ad campaign




Olympic Holidays has launched a comprehensive 'Island Hopping' campaign including TV for the first time

The 'Welcome to our Islands' TV and online advert, which runs alongside a full campaign including a magazine-style glossy brochure, online and social media activity, highlights the operator's range of more than 20 new island hopping adventures.





Adventures include Kos, Rhodes & Symi, Santorini, Naxos & Mykonos, Crete, Paros & Santorini, and Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos while island swapping options include Rhodes and Karpathos, Kos and Kalymnos and Corfu and Paxos.



"Our 2020 bookings reflect a new air of confidence, so we hope our island hopping packages create another layer of irresistible temptation for new-to-Olympic Holidays' customers as well as the many thousands of repeat customers who trust our holidays and service year after year," said managing director Michael Vinales.

He said agents remain an integral part of the sales mix with guaranteed price parity across the board.

Olympic Holidays has increased agent incentives with £50 Love2Shop vouchers for each island-hopping booking made until February 4 2020, and £25 Love2Shop vouchers for all other holiday bookings, excluding flight only or accommodation only.
 

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