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Old September 15th, 2002, 11:46 AM
Brad Krewson-Cleveland,OH
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Default Save money on HAL....

HOLLAND AMERICA OFFERS UP TO $200 OFF CRUISE FARES
> FOR AARP MEMBERS
>
>Seattle, September 6, 2002 - Holland America Line is offering AARP's more
>than 35 million members a savings of up to $200 per cabin booked on Holland
>America cruises.
>
>"Holland America enjoys a stellar reputation among travelers over the age
>of
>50," said David A. Giersdorf, senior vice president of marketing and sales,
>Holland America Line. "We're enthusiastic about using this partnership to
>welcome AARP members who want a vacation matched to their lifestyle and
>preferences."
>
>AARP members will save $200 per cabin on cruises of 10 days or longer, $100
>per cabin on cruises from seven to nine days and $50 per cabin on cruises
>of
>six or fewer days. AARP members may book up to four cabins with the
>discount, permitting travel with friends and family. Proof of membership is
>required. AARP members can learn about the offer on the AARP Web Place at
>www.aarp.org as well as through their travel agents.
>
>Giersdorf added, "Our AARP Privileges savings also apply nicely to a
>quickly
>growing area of the travel industry - multi-generational and family reunion
>travel. With our ability to provide a high level of comfort, service and
>enjoyable activities to baby boomers, seniors and kids alike, we are
>already
>seeing growing numbers of cross-generational families traveling on our
>cruises."
>
>"As more of our members search for multi-generational travel experiences,
>we're pleased to make available these special savings from Holland America
>through our AARP Privileges Program," said Hal Norvell, Manager, Personal
>Enrichment, AARP Services, Inc. "Our members have long enjoyed the
>outstanding quality and service that have always been a hallmark of Holland
>America."
>
>According to the Travel Industry Association, nearly 20 percent of travel
>in
>2001 spanned three generations. Ranked as the top premium cruise line in
>the
>world in several magazine polls, Holland America offers cruises on 11 ships
>to all seven continents, featuring Caribbean, Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii,
>Europe, Asia/South Pacific, Canada/New England, South America with
>Antarctica, and a 108-day Grand World Voyage. Holland America's premium
>cruises feature spacious staterooms, superb dining, renowned service,
>casino, first-rate entertainment, duty-free on-board shops, internet
>centers, the Club HAL kid's program, complete fitness centers and popular
>"tipping not required" and "cashless" ship policies.
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