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Ponsonby Flight Centre Best In The Country

Ponsonby Flight Centre Best In The Country

The entire team at Ponsonby Flight Centre will soon be winging their way
to Las Vegas all expenses paid, as the store has been named Top Shop in
the company's New Zealand operation.

Based on profitability and productivity measurements, the Top Shop award
means each team member qualifies to attend the annual Flight Centre
Global Gathering,' this year held in the world's entertainment capital,
Las Vegas.

Flight Centre has 115 shops throughout New Zealand.

Ponsonby Flight Centre manager Jim Cato-Symonds said the win was in
recognition of the hard work his team had put in through the financial
year, as well as the loyalty of the store's large client base.

The real strength of our store is the relationships we have built with a
huge range of people in our community. Our clients trust the team here
will work hard to get our clients not just the best travel deal, but the
best travel experience possible.”

The team will join around 120 New Zealand Flight Centre employees at the
event, part of the 1000 Flight Centre Limited staff descending on Las
Vegas from all over the world.

Flight Centre retail leader Jude Evans said the team at Ponsonby were a
great example of why there would always be a place for traditional travel
agents.

We put a huge emphasis on building trust with our clients, and with over
70 percent of Ponsonby's business from repeat customers, this is obviously
something they do very, very well.”

All five Ponsonby Flight Centre consultants will be boarding the plane to
Vegas on 19 July, and will be staying at the luxurious Wynn Hotel and
Casino.

ENDS


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