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Vacation Network Expands, Provides More Trips at Value Prices

Thursday November 13, 2008 - AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Vacation Network Inc., (VNI) one of the nation's leading providers of discount vacation packages, has announced the opening of three new U.S.-based sales centers. The company's presence in 2008 has expanded to include Las Vegas, Houston, and Scottsdale, Ariz. The expansion brings the Vacation Network advantage to more people than ever before.

"We are extremely excited to operate in three of the fastest growing areas of the country," said Linh Dinh, president of Vacation Network. "This expansion will benefit all of our clients as we continue to provide trips to the world’s most exotic locations at outstanding prices."

Vacation Network offers an entirely new perspective to the way people view travel. Similar to the value of shopping at discount warehouse clubs like BJ's, Costco's and Sam's, Vacation Network offers the same resort destinations from around the world that can be booked with a travel agency or online at a fraction of the retail cost. With this type of savings, Vacation Network clients can enjoy trips to popular resort destinations at extremely affordable prices.

"We help our clients receive the most value for their vacation dollar," said Teddy Kavadas, vice president of Vacation Network. "Times are tight, and by taking advantage of our amazing trips at incredible prices, our clients travel to locations that would otherwise be off limits because of price," he said. "We remove the budget barrier so people can have the trip of their dreams."

This expansion is just the latest step for the growing business, which will celebrate their nine year anniversary in 2009. Currently, Vacation Network operates five sales offices throughout the country. The company recently launched their new Web site, which provides a taste of the many luxurious vacations available through their extensive network.

"The Web site is a fantastic tool, allowing someone stuck at their desk on a cold, rainy day to see hundreds of places they would rather be at that moment," Kavadas said. "And once they realize how affordable Vacation Network can make that trip, they want to become clients."

In addition, the new site has improved customer satisfaction, increased communication with clients and can display pictures and reviews of recent vacations. The new site has also led to a redesign of Vacation Network's printed membership kits, which have been changed to reflect the site. The new kits contain membership details and highlights key travel markets in the VNI Network, which is an important piece of the Vacation Network advantage. All of the increased marketing synergy has allowed Vacation Network to reach out to new groups of vacation-deprived workers.

"In these difficult times, people are working harder than ever and need a break," said Dinh. "We find they are still willing to invest in something of value when it is offered at an incredible price. And what could be more valuable than time away with family and friends?"
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