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HEADLINE PARTNER On their incredible trip on Norwegian


Sky, the Cover Stars winners will experience Norwegian Cruise Line’s beautiful private island, Great Stirrup Cay and, of course, Premium All Inclusive cruising aboard this fun, friendly ship. Premium All Inclusive brings guests


a new sensation of freedom at sea with so much included in the fare, such as soft and premium alcoholic drinks, service charges, 60 minutes’ free Wi-Fi, speciality coffees in restaurants and bottled water in staterooms. And, of course, all this is on top of Norwegian’s signature inclusions, such as unrivalled dining, award-winning entertainment, endless daytime activities and professionally supervised youth and teen programmes. ncl.com


in association with


Can you feel the Bahamas Beat with NCL as a Travel Weekly Cover Star?


After eight years and nearly 100 professional photo shoots, Travel Weekly’s flagship travel agent competition Cover Stars is back! Once again, we’ll be taking 12


frontline travel sellers on an incredible trip, where they’ll be photographed for our front covers throughout 2019. And this year, we’re heading for Miami and the Bahamas with our headline sponsor Norwegian Cruise Line, airline partners American Airlines and British Airways and hotel partner Gold Medal. Cover Stars 2019: Bahamas Beat will


AIRLINE PARTNERS When you book American Airlines and


British Airways flights to Miami, your customers will feel the sparkle of excitement from the Magic City before they’ve even crammed their case closed. With four flights departing every day from Heathrow (LHR) to Miami International (MIA), you can pick a day that suits your clients’ travel plans. aa.com ba.com


MEDAL


HOTEL PARTNER Gold Medal has been supplying


scheduled flights, hotels, holidays, car hire and tours to the independent travel trade for more than 45 years, offering leading incentive schemes and fam trip opportunities to agents. Every year, the operator sends more than 100,000 passengers to the US, and each night, 125 rooms in Florida are filled with Gold Medal customers. goldmedal.co.uk


How to enter...


As usual, all you have to do to enter the competition to become a Travel Weekly Cover Star is to head to Coverstars2019.com and tell us why you think you’d make a good winner and what a trip to Miami and the Bahamas with NCL, British Airways and Gold Medal would mean to you. Entries are open until the closing date of October 4, and the public voting will open on


September 13 and run for three weeks until midnight on October 4. The competition is open to all frontline travel sellers aged 18 or over in the UK & Ireland, whether they work on the high street, online, in call centres or from home. For more details and for full terms and conditions, go to:


coverstars2019.com 28 travelweekly.co.uk 30 August 2018


take place from November 18-24, and marks NCL’s second outing as headline sponsor of this amazing competition. This year’s winners will fly to Miami with British Airways, before staying overnight in Miami courtesy of Gold Medal. They’ll then go on a four-night sailing on Norwegian Sky, taking in Grand Bahama island, Nassau, and NCL’s private island, Great Stirrup Cay, before returning to the UK overnight on November 23. Nick Wilkinson, NCL vice-president and managing director for UK, Ireland and MEA, said: “Norwegian is delighted to be headline sponsor for Travel Weekly’s 2019 Cover Stars competition for a second time, reinforcing our commitment to the UK travel trade. “We’re looking forward to hosting


12 frontline agent winners on an incredible fam trip aboard Norwegian Sky, taking in Miami and the Bahamas.”


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