Tuesday, 3 August 2004

Practical Nomad night at Airtreks.com in San Francisco

In addition to my books, articles, and of course this blog, I’m the staff “Travel Guru” at Airtreks.com in San Francisco.

Airtreks.com is much more than a Web site. If you’ve worked with us, you know that we have a well-traveled staff of expert consultants to advise each of our clients.

This Thursday, 5 August 2004, Airtreks.com hosts a special free “Practical Nomad night” at our downtown San Francisco office for anyone with questions about “How To Travel Around The World”.

Here’s the deal:

  • You get to hear my presentation on “How To Travel Around the World” — how to get the time and money, how it can be easier and more affordable than you think, how to make your dream trip happen, and lots of other tips — and get your individual questions answered.
  • You get to meet our travel consultants in person, and establish a relationship with the right person to help plan your trip.
  • If you put down a deposit that evening toward airfare for a multistop international trip from Airtreks.com, you’ll get a free, autographed copy of the new 3rd edition of The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World — a US$21.95 value.

So if you are going to take the trip anyway, come get inspired, get your questions answered, and get a free book. Your deposit is applicable in full to any air trek over US$1000 purchased from Airtreks.com within six months. The program is free and open to all, and we’ll have books available for sale for those who aren’t yet ready to make a commitment to their trip with a deposit.

Practical Nomad night at Airtreks.com
Thursday, 5 August 2004, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
301 Howard St., 4th floor, San Francisco, CA

(entrance at the corner of Howard St. and Beale St.,
2 blocks south of the Embarcadero BART station
and 1 block from the Transbay Terminal;
ID unfortunately required for admission to the building)

RSVP requested but not required

Many of the other Airtreks.com travel consultants will also be available to answer your questions, talk about their favorite places to go and things to do around the world, and help get you started on planning the trip of your lifetime.

(And if you can’t make it on August 5th, I and the other Airtreks.com consultants are always available for individual consultations by appointment, in person at our office or by phone.)

Link | Posted by Edward on Tuesday, 3 August 2004, 14:29 ( 2:29 PM)

"ID unfortunately required to get into the building"? Edward, I guess you don't have much influence over this business you're working for.
I'm surprised you work in this building.

Posted by: John Gilmore, 5 August 2004, 17:43 ( 5:43 PM)
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