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RoomSaver.com Releases Survey Results Profiling Holiday Travel Destinations

RoomSaver.com Releases Survey Results Profiling Holiday Travel Destinations

December 9, 2003, Virginia Beach, Va. – RoomSaver.com, the Web’s most comprehensive source for hotel discounts and a division of Trader Publishing Company, today announced that a recent poll of their Travel Club members concluded that Florida and Disneyworld are the top travel destinations this holiday season.

Members of RoomSaver.com’s exclusive Travel Club responded to the question featured in the November issue of the Traveler’s Tribune, “Where will you be traveling this holiday season?” Thirty percent of members are traveling to Florida. Rated second with 15 percent, were members who are staying at home to enjoy the festivities, while 10% are traveling to Texas. Visitors to New York (8%) and California (8%) rounded out the top 5 states. On a more specific level, 16% of the respondents are traveling to Disneyworld, while other members are flocking to Las Vegas (15%), Orlando (14%), taking a cruise in the Caribbean (10%) and visiting New Orleans (8%) over the holidays. Click here http://www.roomsaver.com/holiday-poll to view the pie chart, which details respondents’ holiday destinations.

“We are thrilled that our members are taking the time to participate in our interactive


polls,” said RoomSaver.com Business Development Manager Brad Petersen. “Not only are they using RoomSaver.com to find a hotel discounts, but they are using the site as a resource to sound off about their travel preferences.”

Designed to be the Internet resource for value-conscious travelers, RoomSaver.com provides travelers a user-friendly way to browse over 9,000 listings and easily navigate the detailed results. Additionally, travelers can join the Travel Club and receive weekly e-newsletters advising them of the week’s lodging specials as well as save coupons to their online coupon book from session to session and throughout their membership.

Headquartered in Virginia Beach, Va., RoomSaver.com is a leading provider of online hotel coupons. As a division of Trader Publishing Company and part of Trader’s family of over 20 Web sites, RoomSaver.com provides a comprehensive hotel coupon database for travelers while serving as a convenient and effective advertising forum for hoteliers and affiliate travel businesses. For more information about RoomSaver.com, call toll-free 800.766.6728 or visit www.RoomSaver.com.
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