- The British Traveler
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Cruises-N-More is ranked in the top 1% of cruise agencies in the nation, celebrating over 18 years of dedicated service in the travel industry.
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Year after year, the World’s Most Influential Publications & Writers have mentioned Cruises-N-More… the compliments and mentions give you insight into the company and why they are so highly acclaimed with travelers and the media alike!
From, Frommer’s to USA Today, MSNBC, Royal Caribbean International, Examiner.com, Yahoo Finance, Miami Herald & Jags Report.
As the state’s largest commercial Web site, Hawaii.com is committed to being the source for all things Hawaii. It is the Internet’s all-inclusive website for travel to, from and around the Islands of Hawaii. It offers visitors unmatched ease in booking the perfect dream vacation: from airline tickets to lodging, car rentals to tee times, dining to snorkeling, leis to aloha shirts, anything to everything. If it’s in Hawaii, it’s on Hawaii.com!
CruiseCompete is ranked as “The Best” in Travel and Cruises by the Wall Street Journal and Kiplinger’s for 2009 and has consistently been recognized by the media as one of the top travel sites:
- Score Luxury Cruises at Bargain Prices–The Street.com
- The Wall Street Journal’s “The ‘Best In’… Travel” (Nov. 2009)
- Kiplinger’s “2009 Best List: Travel…Cruises” (Dec. 2009)
- Kiplinger’s “28 Best Travel Sites”
- The Washington Post – “36 Web Addresses You Should Know”
- SmartMoney – “To find the best deal on any given cruise, compare prices on CruiseCompete.com.”
- Pauline Frommer/MSNBC – CruiseCompete will… “Change how you shop for cruises”
- About.com – Family Deals – CruiseCompete.com – “Handy! This site organizes bargains by categories, and has a page for Family Cruise Specials: a good way to find cheaper cruises, on a variety of lines.”
ResortCompete.com has been featured on MSNBC, Yahoo! News, USA Today and The Los Angeles Times.
Arthur Frommer Online – 2008
“I think it’s all quite interesting. Among other things, the site’s list of islands and the number of all-inclusive resorts on each one of them, suggest vacation destinations of which you might otherwise be unaware. (Many travelers are under the impression that only the Dominican Republic has all-inclusive resorts). And note how the new service will be particularly appealing to families or small groups, forcing the resorts to negotiate hard for their business by offering special rates.” — Arthur Frommer
ABC News – 2008
“All-inclusives are also popular destinations for group gatherings, from reunions to destination weddings to corporate retreats. ResortCompete.com allows you to specify, among other things, whether you want an adult-only resort, a resort that offers kids’ activities, or a quote for a group. Check it out at http://www.resortcompete.com.”
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CruiseBrothers.com is recognized by Frommer’s as one of the 15 Top Cruise Brokers.
TheBritishTraveler.com specializes in travel content about the U.K. and offers travel booking ability to those interested in visiting the U.K. TheBritishTraveler is the first website in a series of niche travel sites to be launched by the World Tourism Network.
About the World Tourism Network
The World Tourism Network was first formed as a group on the social network LinkedIn in 2007 and became an LLC in May 2009. TheBritishTraveler.com and future sites were inspired by feedback from the over 7,000 travel professional members worldwide.
Workplace Fairness, with the web’s leading source for information on legal rights in the workplace, is an organization that can help those who have been treated unfairly in the workplace. It’s also a nonprofit organization that advocates for and promotes employee rights.
The Workplace Fairness website, www.workplacefairness.org, provides comprehensive information about job rights and employment issues nationally and in all 50 states. It is for workers, employers, advocates, policymakers, journalists and anyone else who wants to understand, protect and strengthen workers’ rights.