How are you making your mark within the $10 Billion Destination Wedding & Honeymoon niche market?

by mailpound 9/24/2008 8:08:00 AM

I’d like to start by thanking MailPound for the opportunity to be part of their new ‘blog’.  Now, let’s get down to business. 

 

Many of you reading this entry have experienced our Ask Me Love Lunch training sessions and some of you have taken a pro-active step by becoming part of our Ask Me Agent program.  For those of you who are still wondering who we are and what we can do for you, we invite you to experience our Love Lunch presentations by visiting the Seminar section of MailPound.com.  There, you’ll find an entire library on previous Ask Me Love Lunch webinars and educational insight to answer all your questions. 

 

Our message today is simple – how are you making your mark within the $10 Billion Destination Wedding & Honeymoon niche market?  What are you doing as a travel professional to set yourself apart from all the others and more importantly, capitalize on this recession proof niche?  Yes, that’s right – romance travel is recession proof.  And if you don’t believe us, then believe the experts who have conducted and published extensive research to prove this.   

 

We all know 2008 has been a challenging year for the travel industry and to be quite honest, none of us know when that much anticipated turning point will actually make its mark.  What we do know, however, is that the turning point for our beloved travel industry will in fact, make its mark…and when it does, will you be ready? 

 

Simply put - travel is a competitive field and to survive, you need to develop a niche, become a specialist and establish a brand.  You CAN do it – we can help…all you have to do is ‘ask me’.

 

Until next time…

 

Marilyn Cairo & Hilary Lanzer

Co-owners – Ask Me About Destination Weddings/Honeymoons

 


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