The training sessions held at the RCI call centers in Indianapolis and Salt Lake City not only increased the destination’s promotion within the United States, but also with the millions of members the company has around the world.
The Riviera Nayarit and the Puerto Vallarta convention and visitors bureaus together visited the cities of Indianapolis and Salt Lake City at the end of March as part of their promotional efforts in the United States.
It was a visit with multiple benefits, since the training and updating that took place at the Resort Condominiums International (RCI) call centers in both cities has a very extensive reach.
This is due in part to the fact that RCI is one of the world’s most important timeshare companies, thanks to its two million members spread out among the five continents.
Its members are people who have a timeshare or fractional ownership. The benefit of belonging to this company is the vacation exchanges they can enjoy with all the ease and benefits of working with a travel agency.
The training served to reinforce information about the destinations in order to facilitate the sale of properties associated with this company. A total of 292 travel agents took part in the updates: 216 in Indianapolis and 76 in Salt Lake City.
Presentations on the tourism offerings for Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta were held at both call centers, during which they were also walked through the websites for each destination so they could use it as an additional source of information on the hotel properties and the attractions of each area.
RCI recently celebrated 40 years in the market, which makes it one of the oldest companies in this industry. This is an excellent commercial alliance that greatly benefits and amplifies the promotion of both Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit.
These actions strengthen business relations beyond the captive market represented by the United States, as they are magnified through this global company’s vast commercial exchange networks.
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