Don’t Lose Your Christmas Cheer with the Hire Car

London (PRWEB UK) 14 December 2011

iCarhireinsurance.com, a leading car hire excess insurance provider, is urging people hiring a car this Christmas to make sure that they don?t fall victim to a loophole in many excess insurance policies which fails to cover vehicles damaged within 150kms of the customer?s home, even if the car was hired from within that distance.

Hiring a car for short periods is an increasingly attractive option in the current economic downturn, but many people will be ignorant to the fact that their excess insurance policies may not include claims within this distance range even if the car is stolen or involved in an accident that wasn?t the customer?s fault.

?A good car hire excess insurance policy should provide you with full cover from home as well as covering you for the vulnerable parts of the vehicle like the windows, tyres, roof or undercarriage,? said Ernesto Suarez, founder and CEO of iCarhireinsurance.com. ?We have found that the majority of policies bought direct from car hire excess specialists fail consumers in this area. We are urging people to read the small print in their excess policies to ensure their spirits are not dampened this Christmas.?

A 2011 survey* conducted by YouGov, on behalf of iCarhireinsurance.com, revealed that there was widespread ignorance about what excess insurance did and did not cover with eight out of ten people (85%) not knowing that some excess insurance doesn?t include damage to windows, tyres, roof or undercarriage or driving within 150 km of home.

iCarhireinsurance.com is one of the few providers that covers drivers wanting to hire cars near their home. It also includes cover for damage to the windows, tyres, roof and undercarriage – vulnerable parts of the car excluded by many providers.

iCarhireinsurance.com?s policies start at just

Spread Holiday Cheer by Sharing Christmas Memories Online and Win Grand Prize Resort Stay with Gaylord Hotels

tely transported to a fanciful world of thousands of twinkling lights, colorful trees, over-

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) December 3, 2009

“Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us.” ~Oscar Wilde

Christmas memories come in all shapes and sizes. Whether big moments or small, Gaylord Hotels invites families to capture them in a new online community during a time when sharing takes on a special meaning. The ” Share Christmas Memories with Gaylord Hotels” promotion was created to celebrate the spirit of the holidays, encouraging people to connect in a personal and emotional way by showcasing the funny, tender and precious moments that make Christmas last forever. As an added bonus, participants will also have a chance to win a stay at one of America’s four most festive resorts.

“Every day, Gaylord Hotels bring thousands of people together to share moments and memories, especially during the Christmas season,” said Rich Maradik, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Gaylord Hotels. “Our expertise in entertaining our guests translates into lasting memories that are far more meaningful when shared with others. So we are using the power of the Internet to enable our guests, their families and friends to share their favorite Christmas moments, wherever they have taken place.”

Everyone is invited to upload a favorite photo, pen a poem, write a story or post a video that exemplifies their personal spirit of Christmas. Family, friends and colleagues are sure to enjoy becoming part of this Christmas memory community by viewing the posts and sharing their own. Joining the fun is simple: visit http://www.ShareChristmasMemories.com from now through Dec. 28, 2009 to take part. The randomly chosen winner receives a Grand Prize trip for two to the Gaylord resort of their choice, which includes an atrium garden room for two nights, daily breakfast buffet, one spa treatment per person at Rel

Holiday Cheer You Can Only Hear At Universal Orlando Resort

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) November 27, 2008

At Islands of Adventure, The Grinch and The Whos from Whoville sing their hearts out about the true meaning of Christmas in the park’s special holiday Grinchmas show — featuring music specially created by holiday music sensation Mannheim Steamroller.

Just one park over, guests line the streets of Universal Studios to see the larger than life Macy’s balloons and floats that make up the Macy’s Holiday Parade along with special performances by marching bands from across the country.

It’s the holidays at Universal Orlando Resort — and Grinchmas, the Macy’s Holiday Parade and other special events run from December 6 through January 1.

Orlando World Center Marriott Resort Presents: Year-End Holiday Savings and Good Cheer Here

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 5, 2007

Year-end holiday savings and good cheer are plentiful at the Four-Diamond, Orlando World Center Marriott Resort with Advance Purchase Rates presented just in time for the holidays. Now through January 2, 2008, guests can getaway from only $ 159 – $ 249* per room, per night.

Come and experience this tropical Florida family resort featuring 200-acre oasis of family fun featuring one-million gallons of liquid refreshment in any one of the six tropical pools, including the adventurous lagoon pool with cascading waterfalls and a 106-foot waterslide; two children’s pools; an indoor pool and six revitalizing whirlpool spas. Daily poolside activities galore keep little ones amused with face painting, movies and games, while the action-packed video arcade has every game imaginable including air hockey and ping-pong. Just steps outside the atrium lobby tee off at Hawk’s Landing Championship Golf Club, or indulge in a soothing massage at the spa. The world of fun amenities continues at this amazing Orlando vacation resort with a state-of-the-art fitness center; four Har Tru lighted tennis courts, basketball, volleyball, and tantalizing around the world dining!

Boasting 10 diverse Orlando restaurants and lounges, guests can enjoy Tuscan, Japanese and American cuisine during the course of their stay. Start out the morning with an incredible buffet breakfast in Solaris, or a Starbucks