Military Personnel Now Have Access to CozyTraveler Accessories for use During Transport

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Military personnel require transport to far away (and often undisclosed) locations. The transport is efficient. It is timely. It is effective. There's really only one thing that it is NOT. And that is comfortable. Or you might say...cozy. Our military is definitely not spoiled when it comes to traveling in comfort. As of December 2008, the military exchange (PX) will offer an option for those who (while capable of enduring the trip in discomfort) would really rather not. This option comes in the form of the CozyTraveler, an easy to use, portable travel accessory that enables the wearer to sleep comfortably no matter how uncomfortable their surroundings are.

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Traveling with the military is a lot like everything else about the military…it's just more intense.

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As of December, 2008, CozyTraveler travel accessories are available to military personnel. CozyTraveler products are a new addition to the military exchange on base (often known as the PX, BX, etc. depending on the military branch) where military personnel and their families go to procure personal necessities from groceries to medicine to glasses to clothing.

The CozyTraveler (http://www.cozytraveler.com) offers relief from the constant lack of sleep or uncomfortable, restless sleep that plagues many in the military throughout long flights and/or road trips. The travel accessory offers the benefit of a comfortable head rest, a resting place for arms, and the added benefit of being easy to use and extremely portable.

Everyone who has traveled has found that there just isn't always a place to be even when you've purchased a seat; shoulder to shoulder accommodations are definitely not effective sleeping quarters. But no one knows how to rough it like the military when it comes to traveling without any extra comforts. There are no headrests. There are no pillows. Often…there aren't even any cushions; just benches.

One soldier suggested, "Traveling with the military is a lot like everything else about the military…it's just more intense." He was the recent recipient of a CozyTraveler (thanks to his wife who wanted to make him as comfortable as possible as often as possible while he was away from her on his third deployment to Iraq).

About CozyTraveler:
The CozyTraveler is the original creator of the most all inclusive travel accessory for use on: planes, trains, automobiles, buses…or even at home. The current product line includes: RoadCozy, TravelCozy, EuroCozy, MediCozy, KidsCozy, SportsCozy, ShowCozy and the CozyBlanket. For details on any one product, visit http://www.CozyTraveler.com . The company was founded by Chad Hassell and Dave Broadbent with the intent of making the joys of traveling…much more enjoyable.

For More Information:
For more information on CozyTraveler and their recent agreement with the military contact Dave Broadbent, Founder, at d.broadbent (at) comcast (dot) net or by phone at: 801-597-4000. Or visit CozyTraveler online at http://www.cozytraveler.com.

Contact:
Dave Broadbent
Cozy Traveler
http://www.cozytraveler.com
801-597-4000
d.broadbent (at) comcast (dot) net

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