Frequent Travelers Worldwide Begin Voting for Their Favorites

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Sponsors Announced for The 2010 Frequent Traveler Awards

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The Frequent Traveler Education Foundation (FTEF) is pleased to announce that voting starts today for the inaugural Frequent Traveler Awards. Participants will rank the various loyalty programs relative to each other, identifying the true visionaries and leaders in the industry. With the option to vote in multiple languages, frequent travelers worldwide will be able to participate in their own language. Voting is open to the public via, and will last thru October 15th 2010.

The Frequent Traveler Awards have attracted support from across the travel and loyalty industry. Sponsors of this year’s program include industry leaders such as, Loylogic, American Express Membership Rewards, SeatGuru and American Express LoyaltyEdge.

The first Frequent Traveler Awards Ceremony will be held at the Sheraton North Houston, Texas on November 4, 2010 with both industry representatives and frequent travelers from around the world participating. Winners will be announced at the ceremony with results released to the public and media the same day. The ceremony will be webcast live, by, the leading online frequent traveler community, and Internet Brands, Inc.

About the Frequent Traveler Awards
The Frequent Traveler Awards represent excellence in frequent travel programs worldwide, rating the best frequent flyer and frequent guest programs. The Frequent Traveler Awards will be voted on by frequent travelers worldwide, allowing them to rate airline and hotel programs from their point of view. The merits of what each program offers will determine the winners. Frequent flyer and frequent guest programs from around the world will compete in five categories. Voters will select programs in one of three global regions: Americas, Europe/Africa, and the Middle East/Asia and Oceania.

Contact Information: Tommy Danielsen
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