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The wedding gift worth a lifetime of memories.

Crystal clear water. White Sand beach. Romantic activities. Are these things on your ideal honeymoon checklist? Worry no more because it can come true. What’s even more rewarding is that you can delight in without spending anything. Having a second thought if it’s possible? Yes, it’s possible with Travel Registry.

Travel Registry is basically a gift checklist for soon-to-wed couples. Instead of traditional household items for your wedding gift checklist, the Travel Registry allows couples to create their honeymoon plan where guests can buy for the couple. Items would include: airfare, hotel cost per night, tours, meals, travel insurance, and activities. Slowly, the ideal honeymoon gets completed towards their wedding date.

With this wedding registry innovation, couples need to worry about spending for the honeymoon because their guests would contribute to making their dream honeymoon into reality.

Trip Hub Travel Services started as a mere home based business in November 2009, it initially offered domestic and international ticketing only. After a few months and after several successful bookings and satisfied clients, they opened their main office at a commercial establishment in South Triangle, Queazon City. Slowly, they offered additional services to their growing clientele, such as local and international tour packages, hotel bookings, visa processing, cruise and travel management. They also recently offered the travel gift cards to their corporate clients which earned so much positive feedback. It was such a hit to these companies since their employees get travel rewards, which they pick out.

Trip Hub is currently marketing this new service, The Wedding Registry, and is hoping to find a niche in the travel industry. This registry is easy to set up. The couple contacts them to register and discuss their honeymoon plans.

Trip Hub creates a page or an email notification for guests indicating the details of the couple’s honeymoon. Guests call them to book a service for the couple (e.g. 1 night hotel stay, dinner, activity, airfare, train reservations etc).

The guests are given gift cards as a token of their purchase which they can present on the couple’s wedding day.

Towards the couples big day, their dream honeymoon are also being arranged for them by their loved ones.

 

Giving the gift of travel instead of material things is more memorable and can be cherished a lifetime.

Claire Quinto | Trip Hub Travel Services

 

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