A group of top-selling Australian agents shimmied through Las Vegas last week as part of the Las Vegas/Nevada Brand USA & Hawaiian Airlines Great Outdoors Mega Fam. The group spent three days in the destination, learning firsthand why Las Vegas has earned the title of ‘the entertainment capital of the world’ and attracted over 41.1 million visitors last year.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority (LVCVA) rolled out the VIP treatment which included The High Roller at the Linq – the largest observation wheel in the world, Mystere by Cirque du Soleil, the Mob Museum, a night helicopter flight down the Strip and, of course, a visit to the Graceland Wedding Chapel.
The group stayed at Human Nature’s resident property, the Venetian Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas, and gained insight into why the boys are now in their seventh year as resident performers.
Following a jam-packed few days in Vegas, the group also experienced the best of Nevada, hosted by Nevada Commission of Tourism.
Names of attendees in image from left to right: Kim Heard – Venture Travel & Events (NZ), Brooke Williams – Flight Centre (West Ryde), Opal Saenju – Flight Centre (Auckland NZ), Charbel Dib – Helloworld (Parramatta Westfield), Tricia Stevenson – Flight Centre (Robina, Qld), Erik Shpeley – Travel Guru Australia (East Brisbane), Caleb Rybalka – Flight Centre (Earlville), Joanne Warne – Sister Act Travel (Sunshine Coast), Lisa Dorreen – House of Travel (NZ), Samantha Spencer – Student Flights (NSW), Jenna Whiteford – Flight Centre (Bateau Bay), Lydia Haydon – Harvey World Travel (NZ), Ms Anne Morris – LVCVA Australian Rep (host)