In Time for Spring Break and Summer, GetMoreVacations.com Offers Complimentary Snorkeling and Parasailing in Destin, FL

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New Activities Included With Newman Dailey Resort Properties

The ASI program has enabled us to promote our vacation accommodations in a whole new light.

Value conscious vacationers can book with GetMoreVacations.com and receive complimentary snorkeling and parasailing. The nation’s leading provider of free-to-guest amenity programs added these new services for property management companies to offer to their guests. Their partnership with GetMoreVacations.com enables travelers to enjoy an all-inclusive vacation without the all-inclusive price.

GetMoreVacations.com operates as the consumer website for Amenity Services, Inc. (ASI). ASI partners with the best activity providers in the area and offers these services to vacation rental property management companies in one convenient, easy-to-use program. ASI was founded in 1996 and is based in Destin, Florida. The company currently provides programs to over 5,000 vacation rental properties in Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama.

Travelers booking through GetMoreVacations.com save hundreds of dollars when they receive free admissions to their favorite attractions. One of GetMoreVacations.com’s clients, Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, recently updated their Destin services to include Destin Snorkel and Destin Parasailing in addition to daily complimentary rounds of golf at Bluewater Bay, Golf Garden or with Sandestin Golf, Big Kahuna’s Waterpark tickets, Dolphin Cruises, Kayak tours, points at The Track Recreation Center and unlimited movie rentals.

Owner Jeanne Dailey comments, “The ASI program has enabled us to promote our vacation accommodations in a whole new light. Marketing ‘free fun’ just couldn’t be easier! Newman-Dailey partnered with Amenity Services in 2000 and we hope to continue our relationship with them for years to come.”

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