Irving, TX, September 19, 2011– The travel industry is about to get a major browsing boost, courtesy of the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).
ASTA, in a partnership with MultiView, Inc., is excited to announce the release of the 2011 edition of the ASTA Buyers Guide, the premier online resource for travel industry professionals and ASTA members.
This year’s version of the ASTA Buyers Guide contains updated company and product listings, as well as the same great features from previous editions.
The Guide gives travel industry professionals the incredible opportunity to cut through the clutter of the internet and find only suppliers and vendors who cater to their industry. Users can utilize a basic keyword search to find fast results or dig deeper with a more specific, advanced search.
The ASTA Buyers Guide gives suppliers the unique opportunity to directly connect with ASTA members and other companies within the travel industry. Listed vendors are able to provide contact information, a quick e-mail option, graphics and links on completed listings within the Guide.
The ASTA Buyers Guide can be accessed through the ASTA website at ASTA.org or ASTABuyersGuide.com.
The American Society of Travel Agents is the world's largest association of travel professionals. Its 8,000-plus members include travel agents and the companies whose products they sell such as tours, cruises, hotels, car rentals, and more. ASTA is the leading advocate for travel agents, the travel industry and the traveling public.
MultiView, Inc. is the No. 1 publisher of association-branded digital media solutions. Through state-of-the-art online buyer’s guides, e-news briefs and content capture solutions, a MultiView partnership surpasses electronic non-dues revenue and member benefit expectations. Utilizing the largest, most successful digital ad network in the world of associations, MultiView provides unparalleled service and member engagement. Find out why MultiView is the leading provider of royalty revenue, industry-specific buyer’s guides and e-news briefs in the world of associations today.