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Certified Referral Travel Agent (Certified RTA)

I'm so excited that I was able to complete a whole day seminar for RTA Certification yesterday (April 19, 2008) so I can avail additional 10% of commission (in addition of my current 60%) from my partners online travel websites and REP (Travel Agents).

Yes, I am now a Certified RTA.

So where do I go from here? Travel industry is a great addition when you develop a GEO domain names to make it a complete online portal providing informations, local guide, hotels, air, vacation packages, cruises, golf resorts, etc. To make it easy for you, check out http://www.chicago-city.com/ Travel and Local Guide online portal which uses NorthAmerica.NET travel engine to make a reservations, air and hotel booking, and other products.

To give you some informations about this business. I joined Your Travel Business http://www.ytb.com/cityware this is my partner page where you can join, learn the compensation plan, company presentation, etc. I am using http://www.cityware.com/ to market my Travel online website where visitors and friends can book their next vacation, hotel and airfare. I blog this business opportunity last February , here's the link: http://my.king.net/2008/02/citywarecom-travel-resources-now.html.

If you are interested, please don't hesitate to send me email (emil [@] king.net) with your name, contact information and email address. Let me know what is the best time to get in touch with you so I can explain the business and how it matter to us as GEO domain owners.

In my next GEO website development, I will develop it using http://www.ytb.com/cityware as my booking engine.

Here are some useful links to give you more details about Travel Agency business.

Company Presentation, this will give you enough information about the business.
http://www.ytb.com/Presentation.aspx?wa=cityware

Show me the money, this presentation will explain how you can make money as YTB partner.
http://www.ytb.com/Compensation.aspx?wa=cityware

If this business opportunity is sold to you, become one of my partner today. Please use my Team link.
https://www.ytb.com/SelectCountry.aspx?wa=cityware
If you have any questions, please send me email with number to call you.

As of this date, this business is only available in the US, Canada, Bahamas and Bermuda. Hopefully, this will goes international and we are part of the business growth.

Thank you.

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