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Tasmania smartvisit™ card celebrates first birthday

See Tasmania Smartvisit Card celebrated its first birthday with …

See Tasmania Smartvisit Card celebrated its first birthday with  record sales. Since its launch 12 months ago, the attractions pass has been used by visitors from over 15 different countries.

Sales of the state-wide Smartvisit™ Card reached new heights during the spring, with an increase of over 250% each month for the three months leading up to December.

Top sales agents for the first year are Tasmania’s Temptations Holidays, who also sell all-inclusive packages featuring the card. The Launceston based wholesalers celebrated the anniversary with Tory Ross, Destination Manager – Tasmania for Smartvisit Solutions, the company behind the Card.

The award-winning smart card technology has enabled Smartvisit Solutions to track the most popular attractions. So far, visitor favourites include Tahune Forest Airwalk with Geeveston Forest and Heritage Centre, Port Arthur Historic Site, Gordon River Cruises, Huon River Jet and Seahorse World.

The See Tasmania Smartvisitd Card is set to become bigger and better value for the visitor next year when it takes some great new attractions which will be announced in the New Year.

Photo: Tory Ross from the See Tasmania Smartvisitä Card (third from left) with Tasmania’s Temptations Holidays reservations staff. From left to right Michael Cheney, Georgina Nichols, Tory Ross (See Tasmania Smartvisitä Card) Chris Higgs, Sheldon Broomhall, Wendy Draper.

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