Superbreak extends its property portfolio

Robertson, Edward
February 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);2/20/2009, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that the company Superbreak has added 156 properties to its Superbreak and Highlife programs in a bid to extend its luxury offers to consumers. The company's sales director, Ian Mounser said that with overall sales up by 6.1% in January 2009, there is still a market for the two 2009-2010 programs. Mounser informed that the operator has also struck deals with rail operators Chiltern Railways Co. Ltd. and National Express East Anglia to offer two new promotional rail fares.


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