Tour company kickbacks are creating artificial inflation and increasing the cost of travel for middle and high school students. These benefit the organizers and not the young travelers.
(PRWEB) September 10, 2012
Travel can be fun, educational and life changing. We call the benefits students gain from their travel experience TQ – Travel Quotient. By seeing, living in and adapting to new surroundings, languages and cultures, while also having fun, young adults become better educated, more well rounded individuals. Our student travel programs are designed around this concept.
GO Educational Tours is also a leader in the fight against tour company kickbacks to group organizers. Over the past few years, the trend toward paying incentives to educational tour organizers and teachers who book student tours has created artificial inflation in the cost of student travel.
GO has created a program to counter these kickbacks called REFER A TEACHER: http://goeducationaltours.com/go-zones/refer-teacher-program/
Anyone referring GO Educational Tours to a teacher who later books a GO tour will get a $150 gift card of their choice, and the school or group booking with GO will get a $1000 discount. Teachers referring other teachers will get an additional $150 donated to their schools, and receive a further $1000 credit for their tours.
GO Educational Tours is currently offering fully customizable student group tours to Washington D.C., the 2013 Presidential Inauguration, New York City, Boston, Chicago, Quebec City, Montreal, Ireland and Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan. More tour programs and locations will be added in the coming months.
For more information contact:
(855) 4GO-TOUR (446-8687)