Property Landlords Insurance News: Flux Now Offers Landlords Free Contents Cover with its Building Insurance Scheme

(PRWeb UK) July 23, 2009

Mortgages are harder to get these days and there are an increasing number of people turning to the rental market for housing which is good news for landlords. However, landlords in the furnished sector often find it difficult to get contents cover for their properties. Now Adrian Flux’s landlord division can include free contents cover with its landlord’s building insurance to offer a comprehensive package.

“By including free contents cover with the buildings insurance we are able to offer landlords an extremely cost-effective policy,” says Julie Carter of Flux. “It also cuts down on the paperwork and hassle for landlords when it comes to sorting insurance.”

Flux’s scheme offers landlords comprehensive cover for the building itself. The free contents insurance is designed for furniture and fittings that landlords supply with furnished lets, including beds, curtains, sofas and kitchen equipment, and some of Flux’s policies offer cover up to

ASI Travel Direct Aquires Orlando Attraction Tickets and along with KNK Internatinal Marketing they are giving away FREE tickets as a special promotion.

(PRWEB) May 17, 2003

Spectacular Offer! 4 Days and 3 Nights in Sunny Freeport, Bahamas. This includes a round trip cruise aboard the Discovery Sun cruise ship departing from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. PLUS!! For buying now, and mentioning this promotion, you will also receive, 4 days/3 nights in Orlando (including two attractions tickets), Discounts for Budget Car Rental, and a Certificate for a digital camera. Bonus Vacation Deal – 3 days/2 nights of accommodations in Las Vegas for two adults

The Island Palm Resort is one of Grand Bahamas’ oldest resorts, we know how to treat you right!. Relax at the Hibiscus Pool Bar or Visit the tour desk for numerous activities. Safari Steak House, located immediately next to the hotel is opened for Breakfast and Dinner daily. You will also receive free round trip shuttle transportaion to the Island Seas Beach Club, full guest membership privileges at the Island Seas Beach Club, including full use of private beach, pool, jacuzzi, tennis courts, Free use of towels, beach chairs and more!

After the sun goes down, stop in at the Safari Lounge and dance to Island music until the wee hours in the morning. Island Palm Resort offers 143 tastefully designed and comfortably refurbished guestrooms, which are decorated with soft coral walls, colorful Poinciana and hibiscus motif bedspreads and drapes, rattan furniture and natural tile floors. One queen or two-queen size beds, colored Television and Telephone in each room. The Island Palm Resort is convenient to many fine dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Call 1-800-741-4786 for exciting details or visit http://www.asipromo.net This whole package is available for only $ 299 per person, based on double occupancy.



Custom Toll Free Launches New Co-op Advertising Platform Geared Toward Roofing Contractors

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 11, 2011

After acquiring the 800-CUT TREE platform, Custom Toll Free decided that co-operative marketing platforms were a great benefit to clients and ultimately increased overall customer satisfaction. 888-888-ROOF.com is another in what will be several industry specific marketing platforms launched by Custom Toll Free.

?Marketing platforms such as this offer unique opportunity for small businesses that may not have the resources to invest in an optimized web presence,? said VP, Christy Brugger Green. Customers of 888-888-ROOF will receive listings and preferred provider status on the website which will be highly optimized for roofing industry terms.

?Optimization is something that many small businesses do not have the time, resources, or knowledge to properly effect,? adds Mrs. Green.

With shared usage marketing platforms such as 888-888-ROOF, customers are connected to the local service provider by simply dialing the toll free number. Many contractors across the country can use the same toll free number to advertise their services and receive calls from only the areas they service. This offers a convenient way for both contractors and their customers to have access to a quality toll free number for memorable marketing campaigns.

About Custom Toll Free

Custom Toll Free is a national leader in the field of web services and marketing with vanity phone numbers. Custom Toll Free provides clients number search and location, market consulting, direct response services and e-commerce technology solutions for marketing and telecommunications companies nationwide. For more information, please visit http://www.customtollfree.com or call customer service phone number 1.800.CUSTOMIZE.

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DW Savers Unveils the 2011 DW Savers Guidebook, a Free 25 Page eBook Offering Disney World Tips and Orlando Vacation Advice

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 24, 2011

The DW Savers GuideBook is a free download, and a wonderful resource, for vacationers visiting Orlando, Florida, and all its amazing theme parks and attractions. The eBook has 25 beautifully animated color pages filled with information regarding the Walt Disney World

Gaylord Hotels Promotes Holiday ‘Grandtravel’ – Make Christmas Memories with ‘Grandparents Stay and Play Free’ Package

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) September 10, 2009

If there is a positive outcome of this fickle economy, it is that families are spending less money on frivolous things and more time with each other.

Free and Budget-Friendly Adventures: A Virginia Beach Vacation is Easy on the Wallet

Virginia Beach, VA (Vocus) March 4, 2009

During times of recession and economic downturns, vacationers are searching for free and budget-friendly adventures. Regardless of the strength of the markets – Virginia Beach always offers a wealth of activities that are easy on the budget. From exploring the parks and wildlife to lounging on sun-drenched beaches, Virginia Beach beckons you to “Live the Life!” For more information and images, visit http://www.vbfun.com or http://www.vbpressroom.com.

Enjoy the Beaches

With 14 miles of open, public beaches – with no fees – Virginia Beach offers a variety of unique beaches to fit every mood. The newly-landscaped Virginia Beach resort area features live music, street performers, diverse festivals, as well as outdoor cafes and nightlife. If your idea of a “day at the beach” is more relaxed, visit Chesapeake Beach (known to the locals as “Chick’s Beach) for a more tranquil spot along the scenic Chesapeake Bay. Swimmers will enjoy the bay’s protected shallow waters. For a more secluded environment, the Sandbridge area on Virginia Beach’s southern shore is perfect. The pristine shores of Sandbridge are secluded, quiet and just 20 minutes from the main resort area. No hotels. Just breathtaking ocean-view rental homes, condominiums and peacefulness fill the Sandbridge shoreline. Sand sweeps from the shore, the traffic is less and seagulls leave long-lasting footprints.

Back to Nature

With more than 18,000 acres of state parks and a national wildlife refuge, families can embark on many free outdoor excursions. First Landing State Park, the most visited state park in Virginia, offers free monthly educational programs that include hiking, surf fishing, and animal tracking. Bike through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge or False Cape State Park, and discover miles of unspoiled beaches in an ocean-to-freshwater bay habitat, barrier islands, dunes, freshwater marshes, maritime forests, ponds and ocean beaches. Back Bay and False Cape are home to wild horses, pigs, loggerhead turtles, bald eagles and a variety of migratory birds and endangered species.

Beach Street U.S.A.

The oceanfront comes alive with special themed entertainment along the sidewalks of Atlantic Avenue from 17th to 25th Streets nightly during the summer months. During Beach Street U.S.A., puppets, bands, jugglers, magicians and others entertain crowds right on the sidewalks. Free live concerts and theatrical productions take place seven nights a week along the oceanfront.

Oceanfront Festivals and Events

Virginia Beach celebrates diversity as it pulsates with a myriad of festivals, celebrations, and cultural events throughout the year. Dance to the beat of salsa, merengue, mamba and bachata tunes presented by some of the best national and regional acts at the annual Latin Festival. Explore the African origins of today’s diversified music genres during the Soul Music Beachfest and the Blues at the Beach festival. Groove to Caribbean, Latin, and pop music during the steel band competition at PANorama Caribbean Music Fest. Virginia Beach celebrates the German spirit each year with good food and good drink during Oktober Brewfest. Indulge in pizza, prosciutto and fontina, caprese, eggplant parmesan, lasagna, espresso, gelato and all things Italian at Festa Italiana. Festivals at the oceanfront are free and open to the public so grab your dancing shoes and bring your moves down to the Virginia Beach oceanfront festivals.

Historic Homes

Historic homes throughout the city offer a peek into the lives of Virginia Beach’s earliest residents. The Adam Thoroughgood House (circa 1680) stands on land that was part of an original land grant. Other historic homes still standing in Virginia Beach were constructed later in the colonial period such as the Lynnhaven House (1725), the Ferry Plantation House (1740) and the Francis Land House (late 1700s). All homes are open to the public for tours and host special interpretative programs throughout the year. Admission to the Adam Thoroughgood, Lynnhaven, and Francis Land Houses are $ 4 for adults; $ 3 for seniors 60 plus; and $ 2 for students. Admission for the Ferry Plantation House is $ 5 for adults; $ 2 for senior citizens and students are free.

Old Coast Guard Station

Step back in time at The Old Coast Guard Station. Housed in a 1903 former U.S. Life Saving Station, this quaint, oceanfront museum features rescue equipment used by turn-of-the-century surf men to save shipwrecked crews from a watery grave. Learn about shipwrecks that occurred just off the Virginia Beach coast and the history of lifesaving service from World War II to the present day. Take a peek through TOWERCAM, a roof-mounted video camera that zooms in on passing ships dotting the Virginia Beach horizon. The camera affords museum visitors the same view crewmen had from the tower nearly 100 years ago. Admission to the museum is $ 4 for adults and $ 2 for children ages 6-18.

Cape Henry Lighthouse and Memorial Park

Peek into the past at the original Cape Henry Lighthouse. Dating to 1791, it’s the oldest government-built lighthouse in America. Once you reach the summit, enjoy a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay – the same view once seen by ship watchers more than 200 years ago. Located on the Fort Story military base, the original Cape Henry Lighthouse is open to the public. Across the road, you’ll find the new Cape Henry Lighthouse. Built in 1881, it’s the tallest iron-encased lighthouse in the country, and is operated by the U.S. Coast Guard. Adjacent to the lighthouses, visitors also tour the Cape Henry Memorial Park which includes a replica of the First Landing Cross, planted by the first settlers to give thanks for a safe voyage after arriving on our shore in 1607. Admission to the lighthouse is $ 4 for adults, $ 3 for children ages 3-12, and free for children three and under. Note: Cape Henry Lighthouse is on Ft. Story military base. Access to military bases may be restricted for public tours, and a valid picture ID and vehicle search is required.

Virginia Beach entices visitors to “Live the Life” every season of the year! Virginia Beach is four hours southeast of D.C. by car and within a day’s drive or less from two-thirds of the U.S. population. For visitor information, call 1-800-VA-BEACH (800/822-3224) or visit the Web site http://www.vbfun.com for online trip planning. For media information and digital images, click on http://www.vbpressroom.com.

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Free Truck and Jeep Event to Showcase Off-Road Products

Compton, CA (PRWEB) July 06, 2011

4 Wheel Parts, the leading distributor of off-road parts for trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs, will host its popular Truck and Jeep Fest in Denver, Colo., on July 9-10. Truck & Jeep Fest is the nation?s largest off-road show, and admission is free. The event will be held at the Denver Merchandise Mart, located at 451 East 58th Avenue in Denver. Doors open at 10:00 am on Saturday, July 9 and at 11:00 am on Sunday, July 10.

Enthusiasts can explore more than 100,000 square feet of manufacturer exhibits and custom vehicles. Manufacturers in attendance will include Rancho, MagnaFlow Exhaust, K&N, KMC Wheels, WARN, BFGoodrich, and many more. Attendees have the opportunity to get product or installation advice from manufacturer representatives and product experts. There will also be product demonstrations, exclusive promotions, installation deals, and giveaways. Manufacturers stock products for the event and offer factory-direct pricing and exclusive discounts to attendees.

The Denver event is the eighth Truck & Jeep Fest of 2011. It will be followed by the year?s final Truck & Jeep Fest in Orlando, Fla., on August 20-21. The off-road show has had successful showings this year in San Mateo, Calif.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Dallas, Texas; Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Ga.; and Ontario, Calif. For more information on Truck & Jeep Fest, please visit 4WheelParts.com.

Consumers who can?t make it to Truck & Jeep Fest can still access special Truck & Jeep Fest discounts by visiting select 4 Wheel Parts stores. Stores located outside of Colorado, Southern California, and Florida will be holding an in-store sale to celebrate Truck & Jeep Fest on Saturday, July 9. 4 Wheel Parts has stores in 17 states across the nation.

4 Wheel Parts also gives back to customers online at 4WheelParts.com and through social media sites, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and blogs, such as 4WheelPartsBlog.com and Team4WheelParts.com. The 4 Wheel Parts YouTube Channel is a great place to see 4 Wheel Parts event coverage, thorough product reviews, and how-to installation videos.

About 4 Wheel Parts: 4 Wheel Parts is celebrating 50 years as the leading truck and Jeep accessory superstore. 4 Wheel Parts is America?s largest distributor of off-road parts for trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs, including: lift kits, tonneau covers, and fender flares. Visit 4WheelParts.com to learn more.

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Holiday-Spirited Great Neck Lawyers Offer Free Business Advice to Competitors & Free Holiday Advice to Consumers

Great Neck, NY (PRWEB) November 21, 2011

In the spirit of generosity that defines the season, the family of attorneys at Kiley, Kiley & Kiley PLLC in Great Neck, talk about the value of social media for attorneys and offer some light-hearted advice to holiday hosts and hostesses who want to avoid litigation.

?As a multi-generational family business, we?re strongly rooted in legal history and precedent, but also attuned to the evolution of the law and its future,? says attorney Jim Kiley, spokesperson for the Great Neck law firm of Kiley, Kiley & Kiley, PLLC. ?A big part of the future that our colleagues in the bar must embrace is the idea of serving their clients more effectively through the use of social media.?

Kiley, Kiley & Kiley PLLC is a full-service law practice that has served clients in New York, Westchester, and Long Island for more than 35 years. Founder Donald T. Kiley, and his sons have more than 70 years? of combined trial experience with expertise in personal injury, medical malpractice, employment discrimination, real estate, business transactions, estate planning, estate administration, matrimonial and general legal matters.

The Law & Social Media

?Today, a website is just one aspect of a law firm?s online visibility.? says Kiley. His firm posts regularly to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and has a library of videos uploaded to YouTube, as well as links to all sites from its homepage. ?Statistics show that consumers trust the information they locate online,? says Kiley. ?If a business doesn?t have a presence and positive reputation on the Internet, consumers are likely to wonder whether it is legitimate.?

Kiley points to a study by the Pew Research Center that found 78% of consumers rely on ratings and reviews in making purchase decisions. An article in Law Practice Today, the webzine of the American Bar Association?s Law Practice Management Section, further validates the importance of social media:

?Empowered by the deep pool of resources available online, consumers and corporate counsel alike are inclined to educate themselves about various legal issues through blogs, online video and conversations in online community sites before they even compile a list of potential lawyers.?

Attorneys who advertise are still often viewed with skepticism by consumers. ?That?s why social media posts should educate people with regard to their legal options, not hard-sell them on legal services,? explains Kiley. ?The goal is to establish trust and build relationships with people in the community we serve…at holiday time and throughout the year.?

8 Tips to Ensure Holidays Are Jolly Days

Kiley, Kiley & Kiley, PLLC wants everyone to have a safe, happy holiday season. ?It?s always nice to welcome friends and family to your home, but there are risks involved,? observes Kiley wryly. ?So we recommend that everyone take necessary precautions to avoid these legal entanglements: