Departing from Sydney on 15th March the 60 lucky participants will Race Around Northern California in 4 teams visiting iconic locations including Napa Valley, Sonoma, North Lake Tahoe, Yosemite and Sacramento before crossing the finish line and attending a glitzy, gala dinner together in San Francisco on 20th March.
Qantas Holidays’ popular annual Race Around incentive awards consultants with the highest points accrued during 1 September 2015 –15 December 2015 from selling Qantas Holidays packages and Qantas Airways international tickets.
Participants will be immersed in the beauty and culture of Northern California with itineraries that are bursting with a variety of exciting destinations and activities. After visiting some of the beautiful locations in Northern California and absorbing the laid-back lifestyle, culture and cuisines, the teams will enjoy two days exploring San Francisco together.
Fiona Dalton, Qantas Holidays Head of Sales says Qantas Holidays is proud to invest in development opportunities like the Race Around famil and looks forward to showcasing Northern California to some of Australia’s best travel agents.
“At Qantas Holidays we love rewarding our top selling travel agents and our annual Race Around famil has become a highly anticipated event in the travel calendar. We have some incredibly exciting activities planned for our participants this year as they discover the history, natural beauty and culture of Northern California. Qantas Holidays is very proud to be investing in development opportunities like this for agents and we look forward to showcasing what this wonderful part of the world has to offer,” says Fiona Dalton, Head of Sales.
Qantas Holidays Race Around Northern California marks the celebration of Qantas recently recommencing daily flights from Sydney to San Francisco.
To check out some of the amazing images from Qantas Holidays’ Race Around famils and stay up to date with all of the latest news follow @QHRaceAround on Instagram and Twitter and search for #QHRaceAroundNorCal to follow this year’s participants in Northern California.