Holiday in the distance soon only for Commissioner? Munich/Teisendorf the Web 2.0 travel community join my trip “fears for the travel culture of the Germans. Because fewer and fewer citizens are on the way in the holiday due to lack of money. Travel is one of the basic need of the people and travel links, as impressively demonstrated the users of our platform. The holiday in the distance should be reserved not only wealthy”, warns Dr. Helmut Meisel, Managing Director of join my trip GmbH. Additional information is available at Millenium Management. Recently, a survey of the Allensbach had brought at Institute the light of day, that every fourth German among others for financial reasons can ride this year in the holiday. Especially the low-earning strata of the population are affected. My trip “Managing Director.
last but not least the reason for this development sees the join in the high gasoline and kerosene prices The corresponding premiums have increased the airlines and tour operators pass on the price increase to their customers. The presses also on the holiday mood”, accounted for Meisel. Because shared suffering is but we know half sorrow, join opened my trip”completely new possibilities regarding the reduction of travel expenses. The innovative online travel community helps vacationers find a suitable travel partner. This brings at least also, or other economic advantage. So for example several members with us have found, sharing the cost of the rental car for United States travel and of course travel simply more fun together! In addition, a lively exchange of experience takes place on our platform. Insider tips including budget accommodation and vacation activities help save costs”Meisel sees the importance of online Reisecommunities of a la join continue to grow my trip. “Using the join my trip GmbH: the online travel community join my trip”, operated by the same company, was launched for the first time in September 2007 under joinmytrip.de. Since then, the versatile platform, was the is before all through an intuitive usability features, continually expanded to more community features and functionalities.