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Accor Advantage Plus launches ‘100 Days of More’ competition

Accor Advantage Plus has launched ‘100 Days of More’ competition to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The competition encourages members to share their favourite travel photos, with the most ‘Liked’ photos in the running to win one of six major prizes including; Samsonite luggage, Nikon camera, Le Club Accorhotels points, dining vouchers and the ultimate prize of 20 nights’ accommodation at Accor hotels in the Asia Pacific. The competition runs until February 20, 2015 and while anyone can view, like and share the photos, only members are eligible for prizes and to enter photos into the competition.

Louise Daley, CEO, Accor Advantage Plus said, “Travel is all about experiences and sharing, so we wanted to create a campaign that would allow our members to share their most cherished memories in a photographic competition, with the aim of finding our ultimate Social Ambassadors. In the first week we received more than 1,000 registrations with photos from locations as far afield as Paris, Peru, Singapore and Sydney, which showcases the passion for travel amongst our members.”

“Since launching in 1994, Accor Advantage Plus has allowed hundreds of thousands of members to enjoy more when they travel, with a night’s complimentary accommodation for every year of membership, substantial dining savings and regular exclusive offers and events. This competition allows them to share some of these experiences and moments with other members, and the world, while being in the running to win some incredible prizes,” added Daley.

Accor Advantage Plus is one of the most expansive travel, dining and lifestyle programmes in the Asia Pacific. Members can experience exclusive dining and accommodation benefits at over 570 Accor Hotels across 17 countries in the Asia Pacific. 2015 will herald the arrival of the programme’s new Accor Plus brand name and identity.

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