ORLANDO, Fla. (October 11, 2007) − The Washington Post has recently featured online cruise booking site, LastMinuteCruises.com, in an article titled “What’s the Deal? The week’s best travel bargains around the globe, by land, sea and air.” Explaining details of the site’s current special on last-minute cruises to Bermuda this September and October, the article provides readers with a sample rate, departure date, port, and cruise line offered by the site, providing a 50% cost savings of US$551 to Caribbean-bound travelers.
The Washington Post is ranked as one of the top 10 newspapers in the United States based on a circulation to 669,130 households. The article, written by Andrea Sachs, is included in the newspaper’s September 9, 2007, edition.
Last Minute Travel (www.lastminutetravel.com), a wholly owned subsidiary of Travel Holdings, Inc., is the premier online Web site for Last Minute Travel deals offering airline tickets, hotel accommodations, vacation packages, car rentals and cruises. A pioneer in selling and marketing online travel, LastMinuteTravel.com allows travelers to find the best deals at the last possible moment, as hotel rates can change every second.
About Travel Holdings, Inc.
Travel Holdings, Inc. (www.travelholdings.com) is among the largest and fastest growing privately held tour operators serving the global travel market, with contracting and sales operations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. The company serves the B2B, B2C, Group, Affiliate and Corporate Travel sectors and operates its own travel technology company, Travel Global Systems, headquartered in Tel Aviv.
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