When I found out I was returning to Atlanta last month for an internet marketing program, less than 4 weeks after I had just been there for Big Seminar, I cringed at the thought of another expensive hotel room. Then I contacted David Reynolds, one of my mentees, and an expert in travel planning.
David was able to find me a hotel for more than $100 less than the one that had been recommended to me, and it was located right down the street from the other, more expensive one. It was a beautiful LaQuinta Inn, and they even served continental breakfast each morning. I also wanted to see some family that I have outside of Atlanta. They live in a very small town call Monroe, about an hour and a half east of Atlanta. They just don’t have any extra room, so when I have visited recently I have stayed at the only hotel in town. Well, it turns out there is a second hotel in Monroe, and the cost per night is much lower. David was able to locate it quickly, and you can imagine my relative’s surprise when I told them about it.
Overall, David’s expertise saved me more than three hundred dollars. Now I won’t think of paying full price ever again. He has written an eBook about this insider information, and it is finally available to everyone. I have three more trips planned before the end of 2008, and David’s information will save me more than a thousand dollars overall. Whether you are planning a trip for business or pleasure, don’t pay more than you need to. Many of you will be coming to Los Angeles in September for the Bridging Heart and Marketing Conference, so this could be the ideal time to pick up a copy of this eBook. Spend your money on other things, instead of giving it all to the hotels. I highly recommend his information.