Why pay retail for travel?
Wholesale travel membership club just launched and is open for business in over 40 counties.
The list of countries grows every week.
The last time you booked a vacation or business trip, did you go to Expedia or Priceline, or one of the other sites that use Expedia or Priceline? I'm sorry to tell you, but you paid retail. I can give you a free two week membership where you can kick the tires and see what wholesale travel is all about.
- You can save money
- You can make money
- You can help others
Save money traveling
The company behind this spent over $3 Million developing their own booking engine and it's the only wholesale booking engine that people like you and me can be a member of. If all you want to do is travel for a lot less, you can be a member for free. If you currently have a home business that's not in the travel industry, wouldn't wholesale travel be a great addition to what you currently have?
As a matter of fact, the company is so confident that their booking engine is the best available - they will refund you 150% of the difference if you happen to find a better deal.
You can join as an Elite Member and participate in all facets of the compensation plan. There is a long-running promotion in place where you can make over $5,000 in cash and bonuses for sharing with three people and teaching those three to do the same. That's a total of 12 people on your team. When that happens, you can expect to receive a GoPro Hero 4 Silver to show up at your doorstep soon after. Now teach those 9 new people to sponson three more Elite Members each and now your team has 39 people. That's all it take to make $5000 in cash. Help your team grow to 100 and you pocket another $5000. This is a bonus plan to let you make money while you are building a team. The actual compensation plan has much, much more to it.
You will have the opportunity to not only travel, but to help others. You can start by helping others locally. The company really stands behind giving hope. Already, they have helped the Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity and the Ronald McDonald House. On a recent cruise to the Bahamas, special attention was given to a Catholic Parochial school that was in dire need of school books and supplies. This was life-changing not only for the school children, but also for the members who participated.
Wouldn't you like to learn more?
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