Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours launches exclusive agent deal

Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

In the lead up to major war anniversaries, Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours has launched an exclusive agent discount program – AD50 – providing agents with the opportunity to experience any Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tour first-hand.

The exclusive deal will allow the first 50 agents to take part in any Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tour at half price, with agents’ travel companions receiving a discount of 25% (see flyer attached).

“Our AD50 program is an incredibly exciting opportunity for agents, particularly given the number of important war anniversaries on the horizon. This program will not only allow agents to experience the Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours offering, but will also give them the edge when faced with any battlefield-related client inquiries,” said Mr Peter Smith, Managing Director of McLachlan Tours.

Agents can choose from any of Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours’ itineraries to anywhere in the world, from France and Belgium, right through to Greece, Vietnam, Gallipoli and the Solomon Islands – with opportunities to partake in special tours to mark the Centenary of the First World War, 75th Anniversary of the Second World War, and 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan in Vietnam.

The AD50 initiative will provide savings of up to $2300 for the first 50 agents and $1250 for their travel companions.

For more information, or to secure your special Agent Discount, contact Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours on 1300 880 340.

Terms: AD50 is for land packages only and does not include flights or airport transfers. Any additional arrangements outside the prescribed tour itinerates are at agents’ discretion.

Source = Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours
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