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After France, Belgium and Switzerland, it is Gemany next for Reunion Island Tourism

After France, Belgium and Switzerland, it is Gemany next for Reunion Island Tourism (Forimmediaterelease.net) Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) continues to work the hugely important German market, this time in cooperation with leading long-haul tour operators, to train staff from travel agencies to become more conversant with the various tourism attractions of the island.

During the last week of August, over 30 agents in the Duesseldorf area were inducted into the finer details of vacations on Reunon Island, when the IRT in conjunctions with operators like Iguana Reisen, Consul Weltreisen, Vollmer Spezial Reisen, AfricanWorld Reisen, and others showcased what makes Reunion Island different and what activities are available for tourist visitors to the resorts on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Upon completion of the training sessions, participants were awarded certificates of competence and given door stickers to show the public that this particular agency was fully equipped to deal with inquiries and sell Reunion Island holidays.

Through this action, the IRT tried to meet several objectives:

• increase the awareness and visibility of Reunion Island on the German market;

• increase sales by German travel professionals;

• inform travel professionals about the destination and show the attractions of Reunion Island; and

• sustain professional contacts and support in sales and programming.

For more destination information, simply click on www.reunion.fr

MEDIA CONTACT: Reunion Island Tourism Board, Tel: +33 810 160 000, Fax: +262 262 21 00 21, Web: www.reunion.fr

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