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For more information and to book a table, visit agentachievementawards.co.uk


Q: What is your favourite moment at past AAAs? A: The overall recognition given to the cream of our agent partners and, of course, Travel Weekly’s Lucy [Huxley] and Stuart [Parish] – one of the best double acts in travel. Gold Medal and Travel 2 have been fortunate enough to win some incredible awards over the years and we never take this for granted. The recognition spurs us on and inspires us to grow our relationships with our valued partners. We know how great it feels to win and are thrilled to be able to support an event that rewards agent and their achievements.


Q: Any advice for agents attending the AAAs for the first time this year? A: Enjoy the evening, make new contacts and chat with your peers, it’s a great chance to share insight and knowledge. On a practical note, don’t forget your business cards to network because you will meet an awful lot of people. Oh, and drink plenty of water with your wine at dinner!


Q: What song is guaranteed to get you on the dancefloor at the spectacular AAA after-party? A: Mr Brightside by The Killers.


Q: What will you be wearing? A: Black tie, with matching pocket square and lapel pin.


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