So, you might be thinking...what exactly does my Tour Consultant do (besides call me while I am in class). :) So, I put a list together of the things that she does for me:
Kylie helps me select a tour, and then sends me a price quote. I will often ask about the popularity of a tour, or what her other group leaders have reported about a specific tour in the past. She and her colleagues have always given me good feedback about a particular tour that I am considering for the next travel season.
Preps me for my recruitment meetings. Kylie walks me through the whole meeting process, and even sends me a power point that I can use to guide my meeting. She makes sure that I have enough copies of the enrollment booklets and day-by-day itineraries before my next meeting.
Updates me on enrollments.. When a traveler enrolls, you will get an automatic notification email from EF Tours. Kylie will also give me a call and let me know, so we can both keep with my the total amount of enrollments.
Keeps me updated on any changes to my tour. Kylie will always let me know if there have been any changes to my itinerary or my tour in general.
Assists with my travelers needs. If I have a traveler who is going early or staying behind after my tour, Kylie always gets that situated long before the trip starts. She submits my rooming list, and any other special requests.
Prepares me ready for departure. As soon as my flight and hotel information become available, Kylie will let me know, so I can pass that valuable information on to my group. A couple of weeks prior to my tour departure date, she will send me a detailed email with everything that I need to know.
Answers all my questions. Of course she is always ready to answer my questions as they arise. I know that she is just a phone call or email away. I know that I am in good hands with my EF Tour Consultant!
Your tour consultant is your "best friend" in the the tour planning process. They are fabulous and want your tour to be the best on yet! So, give your Tour Consultant a call to day, and show them a little love. :)