1Trip3.com Reports Strong Agent Signups; Offers Deal to TA Daily Readers

Internet portal 1Trip3.com is reporting that hundreds of agents have signed up for the service since it went live seven weeks ago. The web site hooks up agents with an expertise in a certain area with consumers looking to travel to a related destination. In a press release to the media, 1Trip3.com explained how the site works: "Consumers visit 1Trip3.com to enter their desired destinations, (South Africa, for example), and any additional travel requirements (say, a bike tour of the top South African vineyards). 1Trip3.com then sends the request via email to travel professionals who have registered with the web site and specialize in that type of trip. The first three agents that accept the lead online can contact the would-be traveler directly. Agents pay 1Trip3.com only for leads they wish to pursue." As a special benefit to readers of this email, agents can go [www.1Trip3.com/agent] and use the special invitation code HBTA20 for free registration and a $20 bonus for using the network.

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