TBO Cup, created and powered by TBO.COM and billed as the biggest sports tournament for Travel Agents, has announced an array of sponsors for its latest edition.
While Royal Caribbean International continues its support by being the Presenting Sponsor this year, TBO’s learning and marketing platform – TBO Academy will be the Associate Sponsor. Support sponsors include Philippines Airlines, Jazeera Airways and Air Canada along with leading hotels sponsoring the prizes while TTN remains the Media Sponsor.
“We are thrilled to a part of this unique initiative by TBO and looking forward to engaging with their Top Travel Agents. The tournament last year was beyond our expectations as we witnessed good quality participation and enthusiasm from all participants. Royal Caribbean International team will join forces with the TBO team to cheer up for all participating teams and eagerly anticipate interacting with partners to enhance cruise awareness,” said Mohamed Saeed, Managing Director – Middle East, RCI.
All day-fun day
In addition to Cricket, a Football tournament has also been added in parallel this year thus catering to the sports-loving Travel Bookers community. The double tournament will be conducted at UAE’s premier indoor sports venue – U Pro Sports, Al Qouz, Dubai on 10th December 2023. Almost 30 Travel Agent partners have confirmed on what promises to be a ‘all day-fun day’ event with attractive prizes to be won including Air and Hotel vouchers from its partners.
Sameh Fouad, VP Sales, MEA, TBO.COM, remarked: “We believe we created a benchmark last year in creating this sports event property for the trade in the industry and were overwhelmed with the response this year with several partners enquiring about the next edition. The Travel Bookers community works very long and hard and it’s their turn to have some fun and win some good prizes. For TBO, such brand-customer engagement events is key to building relationships and it’s heartening to see key Supply partners joining us in making this event even bigger and better this year.”--TradeArabia News Service