LowCostBeds Makes Improvements at IPW

Travel AgentLowcostbeds.com has made major improvements to its US products during the recent International PowWow (IPW). Lowcostbeds was a first time exhibitor at the Las Vegas event.

The company plans to double their products over the next three months. After numerous negotiations before and during the IPW, lowcostbeds will focus on their bringing more to their customers. The plan is to increase their three, four and five star properties to provide a greater selection to travel agents and their clients. These great value hotels will suit the budgets and needs of their over 2.5 million customers.

“More than 70 percent of our property portfolio is now four and five star accommodations across key areas of importance for the American market including Orlando, Mexico, Caribbean and the West Coast,” said Clem Walshe, managing director for lowcosttravelgroup in USA, Canada and Ireland.  “Our city break focus has also improved with new inventory in major tourism centers such as New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.  Furthermore, we will be announcing some exciting major hotel relationships in the near future.  IPW has proven to be a very successful venture for us.”

The company has recruited additional overseas buyers to expand their brand. Lowcostbeds will hope to bring in $1 billion USD  in the next three years by targeting over 75 countries.

 

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