Myrtle Beach Area Specialist Program re-launches with chance to win 7-night stay

Myrtle Beach Area Specialist Program re-launches with chance to win 7-night stay

TORONTO — The Myrtle Beach Area (MBA) Specialist Program on Travelweek’s Learning Centre has been fully updated and is re-launching with a great new prize.

Agents who complete the course by the end of June will be entered to win a 7-night trip for two to Myrtle Beach with WestJet and Hampton Inn & Suites Oceanfront Resort.

“The Travelweek Learning Centre will provide you with all the knowledge to sell the Myrtle Beach area with comfort and ease – plus provide you with a chance to win a trip to the destination and experience it for yourself,” says Kimberly Hartley, Canadian account manager, Travel Solutions by Design. “We believe you have to see it to sell it – and make more commissions!”

The MBA program is designed to educate and enhance the knowledge of the Canadian travel trade on the comprehensive product offering available in the Myrtle Beach area including where to stay, attractions, activities, festivals and much more.

“The Myrtle Beach area offers so much for our visitors with a plethora of attractions for every age, amazing accommodations from hotels to condo resorts, exciting live entertainment and nightlife, tasty Coastal Carolina cuisine, soft adventure and every water sport you can think of, to name just a few things – plus great value, affordable prices and close proximity with nonstop flights from Toronto,” continues Hartley.

The lucky winner and a guest will fly from Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto to Myrtle Beach with WestJet and WestJet Vacations. Seven nights of accommodation is provided by Hampton Inn & Suites Oceanfront Resort, right in the heart of Myrtle Beach, directly on the beach. Plus, the winner will enjoy local attractions and shows for two adults.

Furthermore, there will be draws for monthly Petro Canada gift cards since Myrtle Beach is also a popular driving destination for Canadians.

The Myrtle Beach area continues to grow as a popular travel destination with ongoing improvements and changes. The international airport will undergo more renovations, after a new passenger terminal was completed in 2013. Porter and WestJet will be resuming seasonal service this spring, and there are lots of exciting new offerings at the local attractions.

To learn more about Myrtle Beach and to take the Specialist Program, visit You can also contact Kimberly at if you have any specific inquiries, or reorder your 2015 Visitors Guide by contacting ENVOY at

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