Canadian Affair launches The Agent Games

Tuesday, Jun 28, 2022 0

 

To celebrate Canada Day, Canadian Affair, the UK’s largest tour operator to Canada is launching The Agent Games, a series of monthly games for its travel agent partners, on its Facebook page. The first game will launch on Canada Day, 1st July.

 

 

Travel agents will be required to identify images of Canada from a series of 40 photographs. Agents will compete against each other to identify all 20 photos of Canada from the selection. The winner will win a Bluetooth speaker, maple syrup cookery book and Canadian Affair branded stationery.

 

 

Nick Talbot, Marketing Manager at Canadian Affair said: “The Agent Games is a fun initiative for our agents to learn, play and possibly win prizes. Each month a different game will be launched, with a fresh chance to win a treat.

 

 

“We’re excited to show our appreciation to our agents who are vital advocates and ambassadors for the Canadian Affair brand. With these games, we hope they enjoy the chance to compete for prizes, and maybe learn something new along the way.”

 

 

The Agent Games will take place on the first Friday of each month. To find out more visit: https://www.facebook.com/CAFagentsadmin.



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