Published on Monday, May 24, 2010

Final call for TravelMole Web Awards nominations


TravelMole’s 2010 Web Awards nomination period ends on Friday (May 28) at 17.00.
For the full list of awards, sponsors and to nominate go to:
TravelMole managing director Graham McKenzie said: “Response so far this year has once again has been overwhelming and in support of this many new sponsors have come to the fore.”  
Connie Georgiou,leisure sales manager for Avis Europe, said: “Avis is delighted to be one of the sponsors at this year’s TravelMole Web Awards.
“Our involvement with these awards emphasizes the importance Avis places on technology.
“We are very pleased to be associated with the category ‘Best Tour Operator Site' and are looking forward to making it a truly memorable event where we can honour the very best of our industry.”
Chris Burwell of Multicom said: “TravelMole’s Web Awards have become the prominent online awards event in the industry.
“We have always been impressed by the fact that the judging is independent and the ‘normal’ sites do not always win. It is obviously a genuine reward for hard work and endeavor in an online environment, which we as Multicom fully endorse.”  
Long time wards supporter YouTravel is once again headline alongside Travelport.
Sales and marketing director Paul Riches said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring the TravelMole Web Awards once again this year.
“It's a great opportunity to celebrate the best of our industry in a relaxed and informal setting."
Hosting the awards ceremony on June 17 is the Canadian Tourism Commission.
Trade manager Nicolas Fournier said: “We are delighted to support the TravelMole Awards for a third consecutive year.
“TravelMole is recognised as an industry leader and hosting the event at Canada House in the heart of London offers a fantastic opportunity for the Canadian Tourism Commission to showcase the warm and friendly welcome Canada is so famous for.”
The TravelMole Web Awards 2010 are sponsored by Travelport, YouTravel, Canadian Tourism Commission, Avis, Vertical Group, On-Line Travel Training, Traveltek, Travel 2, Elmscott, Multicom, Home Away Holiday Rentals, CarTrawler and Blue Post Digital.

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