Central Holidays Unveils “Dare to Compare” and Early Booking Discount

Central Holidays reports the launch of its 2013 Escorted Tours Sales with early booking savings and a “Dare to Compare” challenge.

The company is encouraging agents and travelers to compare all of the elements and inclusions of a Central Holiday’s Escorted Motorcoach Package with those of other tour operators. Central Holidays says this is a clear-cut way to showcase the benefits, value-added differences and advantages of booking a Central Holidays tour.
 
The new “Dare to Compare” campaign is being launched along with Central Holidays 2013 line-up of escorted tours that are now on sale, featuring savings of up to $1,500 per couple for early bookings.
 
The campaign stresses the comparative value of Central Holidays product and invites consumers to compare the Premier Escorted Motorcoach Tours with other tour companies, said Gianni Miradoli, CEO of Central Holidays. Consumers can save 20-40 percent off the price of booking the same itinerary with another company or on their own, he notes.
 
Key differences cited by Central Holidays for its Escorted Tour programs, include: the Central Holidays Dining Plan - new for 2013 - will feature mini a-la-carte menus;  extensive sightseeing with entrances included; centrally located hotels for Escorted Programs and Escorted Tours in Italy featuring the “Hear Clear” personal audio system.
 
Central Holidays offers Motorcoach Escorted Tour programs throughout Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey as well as a selection of cruise packages in Italy, Greece and the Mediterranean. 

Visit www.centralholidays.com

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