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Board appointments ACTE for Aus market

first_imgThe Association of Corporate Travel Executive (ACTE) has reaffirmed its commitment down under, appointing new regional managers and board members to head up operations.Speaking at the inaugural ACTE forum down under since it announced Australasia as its newest region last month, executive director Ron DiLeo outlined the new appointments and stressed that the Group was committed to assisting the market and appointments highlighted that pledge.Among the appointments include a new member to the ACTE global board, Georgie Farmer as well as a regional chair person to coordinate activities in Australia and New Zealand, Aileen London.Mr DiLeo added that over the next few days the company was looking to hire a new regional director, regional manager as well as relocate on of its US-based reps down under to assist “activities and make sure all new resources perform well [and ensure] consistency of the brand”.“As for our infrastructure clearly we are taking the investment in this region very seriously, we are diving in full body not just putting toes in the water,” Mr DiLeo told forum attendees yesterday. “Hopefully with a beginning like this with 100 or so of our closest friends from the region here we are expecting to be engaged very quickly here.”Other investments in the Australasian market include entering a “strategic relationship” with Reed Travel Exhibitions to present educational programs at the AIME conference in Melbourne next year.Mr DiLeo said the Group approached him in October and said that up to 20-25 percent of their attendees were responsible for business travel and asked if ACTE would be able to develop five or six programs for the conference.The executive director explained the program would run inside the event “so the AIME conference will continue to be the AIME conference but you’ll see ACTE on the inside”.He also told forum attendees that the Group had planned to kick off a new ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ initiative in Sydney during March next year to drive young thinkers into the travel industry.For more information on the program click back onto e-Travel Blackboard tomorrow.  Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

Summer 2017 marks half a century of Outrigger Waik

first_imgSummer 2017 marks half a century of Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort welcoming visitors from around the globe to experience an epic vacation in Hawaii. The resort’s prime location is the original home of Outrigger Canoe Club, which served as the inspiration for the global hospitality company’s name. To commemorate its 50-year milestone, the iconic beachfront resort is presenting guests with two limited-time offers: the Outrigger $50 for 50 promotion and the Outrigger Hawaii 5-0 Celebrations package.“For five decades, Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort has set the standard for engaging travel and providing vacations that connect visitors to the history and spirit of this place,” said Revell Newton, general manager of Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort. “From surf lessons in the waters that Duke Kahanamoku paddled his famous wooden ‘Duke’ board to live music performances nightly and complimentary local cultural programming, our guests treasure the unique experiences we offer and appreciate the heartfelt hospitality we deliver.”Kicking off the 50th celebrations will be a special edition of Duke’s on Sunday – 23 July from 4-6 p.m. at Duke’s Waikiki restaurant, located oceanfront inside Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort. Henry Kapono will be playing and bringing along renowned guest performers. The following night is a VIP “Golden Anniversary” event at Blue Note Hawaii on the second floor of the resort, with special performances from award-winning artists Makana and Henry Kapono. A handful of guests staying on property that night will receive a “surprise and delight” gift, including tickets to attend this once-in-a-lifetime party. Outrigger’s long-standing local philanthropic partner Waikiki Community Center and property land owner Queen Emma Land Co. will be honored.$50 for 50 PromotionOutrigger Waikiki Beach Resort is offering a “$50 for 50” promotion to mark its 50th anniversary – giving guests a $50 resort credit when they book five or more nights from now through 22 August 2017. The resort credit can be used for dining, spa or in-room purchases. Travel must take place before 15 December 2017.Outrigger Hawaii 5-0 Celebrations PackageWhether vacationers are celebrating a romantic anniversary, a family reunion or a best friends’ getaway, the “Outrigger Hawaii 5-0 Celebrations” package can be personalised based on the preferences of each party for up to 50 guests. Packages start at $2500 (based on a three-night stay).Packages include:Deluxe three-night ocean view or oceanfront suite accommodationsPrivate VIP transportation to and from the airportA personal hotel welcome gift with lei greeting and private VIP check-inAn in-suite sunset sparkling wine celebration with appetizers for 10 peopleAdvance dinner reservations at hotspots such as Duke’s Waikiki, Hula Grill or Kani Ka Pila GrilleSpecial room rates for accompanying guestsPopular add-ons and alternatives for each itinerary include:Suite upgrade to Outrigger’s Signature Suite featuring an expansive private deck and180-degree ocean views of Waikiki50-minute in-suite couples massage for two guestsIn-room pedicure party with cocktails and appetizersPrivate sunset catamaran cruiseCustomised hosted tour of the island to visit the top places for sightseeingSunset dinner party for up to 50 people at a beachfront island venueA private Hawaiian-inspired vow renewal on the beachExclusive VIP experience with headline performance at Blue Note Hawaiilast_img read more