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Christchurch Travel Agency Wins Top Industry Award

Christchurch Travel Agency Wins Top Industry Award


A Northlands travel retailer has been honoured with a prestigious national travel award.
House of Travel Northlands was awarded Best Brand Retail Single Location, at the TAANZ National Travel Industry Awards.

Owner operator Stacey Mullinger says she is proud to head a team who live and breathe their passion for travel. The agency has won 12 awards in the past three years, but Mullinger says she never tires of seeing their hard work recognised.

“I’m thrilled to accept this award on behalf of my team who have a gift for sharing their travel experiences, and inspiring others to follow in their footsteps.

“As global travellers with our own set of unique experiences we provide a new perspective and insight into potential holiday destinations for our clients,” she says.

Mullinger says she and former owner Cheryl Whitham are also grateful to their supportive clientele without whom this award would not be possible.
“We are very lucky to have a wonderful, loyal, strong repeat clientele who continually reward us with their business and referrals. This award is the culmination of our hard work and the appreciation of our clients, and I am thrilled we have received it,” she says.

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