Nashville, TN (PRWEB) June 5, 2006
This summer, high gas prices are expected to impact Americans taking their annual vacations from coast to coast. ResortQuest, the nation’s leading vacation property management company, is doing its part to provide relief by offering $50 in gas to guests who stay at one of ResortQuest’s 17,000 properties in the US & Canada.
“Gas prices are expected to rise again this summer and we want to be among the first to lend travelers a helping hand,” said Mark Fioravanti, president of ResortQuest. “Our ‘Gas Up & Go’ offer allows ResortQuest guests to spend more time enjoying their vacation and less time worrying about their travel expenses.”
Here’s how it works: Once full payment is made, the guest will be directed to an online site to obtain two $25 certificates valid for a three week period (one week prior to arrival through one week after departure to allow for travel time.) Guests will then attach a receipt from any gas station in the U.S. or Canada to their certificates and send it in within 30 days of their check-out date to the address on the certificate for reimbursement.
The ResortQuest Gas Up & Go offer is good now through December 31, 2006 at participating locations in the US & Canada. Depending on location and season, this program requires a three, five or seven-night stay. Offer void where prohibited by law.
To learn more about the ResortQuest Gas Up & Go offer, call toll-free: 877-582-1847 in the Eastern US or 866-503-4809 in the West, or visit ResortQuest online at http://www.resortquest.com/GasE (East) or http://www.resortquest.com/GasSki (West.)
ResortQuest, the nation’s leading vacation property management company, provides a one-stop resource in North America’s premier resort destinations (http://www.resortquest.com). ResortQuest is the largest marketer and management company of vacation condominiums and home rentals in the U.S. and Canada, based on a portfolio of nearly 17,000 vacation rental properties with a combined real estate value estimated at approximately $7 billion. ResortQuest employs more than 4,000 people and is owned and operated by Gaylord Entertainment Co. (NYSE: GET), one of the largest and fastest growing companies in the hospitality and entertainment industries, based in Nashville, Tenn., that also owns and operates Gaylord Hotels and the Grand Ole Opry. For more information, visit http://www.resortquest.com or http://www.gaylordentertainment.com.