Shutter Tours, A Truly Unique Seattle Walking Tour, Starts May 1st 2009

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Shutter Tours™, a Seattle-based travel and leisure company, is proud to announce the beginning of its walking tours for photography enthusiasts on May 1st, 2009.

Shutter Tours™, a Seattle-based travel and leisure company, is proud to announce the beginning of its walking tours for photography enthusiasts on May 1st, 2009.

Focused on photography tours, Shutter Tours™ is staffed by skilled and enthusiastic photographers who will help visitors and locals to create finer images in Seattle, while learning about historic and fascinating facts from the Emerald City.

Regardless of experience level or camera type, Shutter Tours™ strives to ensure everyone's travel photography is improved. The tours are designed to serve both beginner and experienced photography lovers. Families and students are always welcomed to be part of the tours and children under 10 are free.

Through three hour walking tours, customers will be taken to locations where they can create their own iconic Seattle photographs. Groups are limited to 8 adults or less to ensure a quality interactive tour with a trusted company and knowledgeable staff.

The first tours will be held in the Downtown and Waterfront areas, as well as in Pike Place Market. There will two tours per day, one beginning at 10AM and the second at 2PM, both departing from the Information area in Pike Place Market, very close to the famous Rachel the Pig and the Flying Fish. Advanced reservations required.

Tickets for the tours are now available through Brown Paper Tickets via our website at http://www.shuttertours.com or at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/57506

The staff at Shutter Tours™ is looking forward to serving you on your visit to Seattle.

If you'd like more information about Shutter Tours™, or to schedule an interview with Terry Divyak, please call 425-516-8838 or email Public Relations contact Valentina Vitols pr@shuttertours.com

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