Alex-Anne Kennedy: Together with YTB Travel Helping to Provide Fund Raising Solution for Non-Profit Organizations

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YTB Travel International has a program introduced in early January, which will provide a consistent stream of funding for Non-Profit organizations. Turning the members Vacations into Donations.

For many Americans the name of Jerry Lewis brings to mind the image of a comic genius who has become famous for his efforts to raise money each Labor Day for the victims of Muscular Dystrophy. When it comes to the home based business industry, the name of Alex-Anne Kennedy is quickly becoming associated with charitable activities as Kennedy helps to promote the YTB Travel International fund raising program.

Kennedy, a consultant with YTB Travel International, is involved daily working with companies across the country implementing an innovative program which helps non profit organizations with their abilities to raise funds. "Funding is an ongoing challenge for non-profit organizations, " said Kennedy, "and YTB Travel International has a program introduced in early January which will provide a consistent stream of funding for non-profit organizations. I can show non-profit organizations a powerful Affinity program that allows their office to generate royalties from all their members and allow associates to turn their "vacations into donations."

YTB Travel International is a home based business program that combines the Travel Industry with the Internet to offer a very lucrative income potential for the more than 10,000 associates across the country. "By the end of 2006 estimates are there will be more than 20,000 associates involved with YTB Travel International," said Kennedy, "and this newest program is very exciting for me to promote. I know how fortunate I am in all aspects of my life and being able to help non-profit organizations raise funds for those in need is why I love spreading the word about YTB Travel International."

The travel industry is currently a 7 trillion dollar industry and YTB Travel International provides a "private label" booking engine for their non-profit clients to use and market to their members. "Currently 85% of personal travel is booked online," said Kennedy, "and when members book their travel on the website a significant portion of the commissions are paid to the non-profit organization as royalties. By asking members to simply shift their activities they will be able to help those less fortunate. Even a relatively low participation rate by membership can produce significant funds and these are funds that are badly needed by non-profit organizations. Great travel rates and a chance to feel good about helping out others is what makes this program so attractive."

YTB Travel International offers non-profit organizations an opportunity to receive a substantial share of revenue generated from the travel website without any of the overhead or operating expenses associated with standard travel agency operations. "40% of all travel commissions from the website go directly to the non-profit organization," said Kennedy, "and the support from YTB Travel International to effectively promote this program has success written all over it." YTB Travel International also offers a complete marketing program option to non-profit organizations to help effectively promote the advantages of this new program to any form of media and has designed this concept to effectively draw members to the travel website to meet all requirements for all personal and business trips. "What I love about this concept is this program allows non-profit organizations to raise funds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and funding makes or breaks non-profit organizations. I love the YTB Travel International opportunity from a business standpoint and this newest addition is a brilliant move and adds more strength to what I consider the #1 home based business program in the country today," said Kennedy. All inquiries can be answered by calling Alex-Anne Kennedy directly @ 1-305-534-2068

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