Travel Services MyTSOnline Celebrates the Holidays by Extending Lifetime Memberships and Poking Fun at the Mayan End of World Prediction

A fun holiday marketing ploy was enjoyed by members of private travel club Travel Services, where they were notified that since the end of the world did not happen, their membership was extended another lifetime.

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Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 28, 2012

During the holiday season, many big companies send out Holiday Greeting Cards which are rather generic. Other companies will send out a similar greeting via email. But Travel Services MyTSOnline always likes to be on the cutting edge, even when it comes to holiday greetings. So rather than send out a generic holiday message, Travel Services announced that in light of the fact that the end of the world did not happen, then their member's lifetime membership just got extended another lifetime. And if you're wondering, yes, Travel Services is just plain old having fun.

The big news last week was that the Mayan's predicted the world was going to end, and yet it didn't. So everyone remains on this planet, with more time to explore every nook and cranny.

So with tongue in cheek, Travel Services will be adding another lifetime membership to all current members, for no extra charge.

Travel Services is the travel agent support for private travel clubs located throughout the United States and offers members discounted travel and excellent service.

Gene F., Manager at Travel Services joked, "People really took this Mayan prediction seriously. And we don't mean to insult anyone or make fun of their religious beliefs. But we teach our team of travel agents to be grateful for everything and to appreciate all the little things. So to further elaborate on this point, we decided to send an announcement out that all of our lifetime memberships continue on in perpetuity and we hope to help our members take more time in 2013 to explore all the wonders of the world. Travel into Chichén Itzá did increase, so that's great. Thousands had converged to celebrate the end of the Maya calendar. Hotel rooms were hard to come by. In fact, the Cancún Convention and Visitors Bureau estimates that end-of-the-world festivities will bring in 40% more tourists this week, compared with last year.

To become a member of Travel Services, one must attend a presentation at one of their franchise sales centers all across the United States.


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