New Web Site Demystifies .Travel Domain

Tralliance Corporation, the .travel Registry, has unveiled a new, registrant-focused web site that enables travel industry businesses to locate authenticators and registrars, and facilitates the registration process for companies to acquire a .travel Internet domain. At [www.travel.travel], organizations, businesses and individuals in the travel and tourism industry can learn everything they need to know about the .travel initiative, apply for domain name eligibility through an authenticator, and register their .travel domain name(s) through one of the Registry's registrars. The new site also features a section for frequently asked questions, an index of .travel policies and an online press room that includes a photo and multimedia library, news archives and current .travel media information.

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Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4

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