Juno Finds Affinity In Agreement

Affinity International Travel Systems, Inc. and Juno Online Services, Inc. announced an agreement today to provide leisure travel product, travel content, and fulfillment services to Juno`s millions of subscribers.
With 3.7 million active subscribers in September, Juno is the nation`s third-largest provider of dial-up Internet services, after AOL and EarthLink.
Under the terms of the agreement, Affinity will be the featured vacation travel partner on Juno`s Travel Channel, located on its Web portal site (www.juno.com
). In addition, Affinity will deploy its next-generation booking engine, built by Datalex, for Juno subscribers wishing to reserve airline tickets, car rentals, and hotel accommodations online. Affinity`s leisure travel products will also be promoted to Juno users through pop-up, interstitial, and banner ads.
“Juno`s commitment to providing the highest level of service and selection to its subscribers speaks directly to its success as a leading provider of Internet access,” said Dan Brandano, CEO of Affinity International Travel Systems. “We are pleased to have such an outstanding partner.”
“Affinity not only has a terrific record at handling travel and travel-related services in an online environment, they also have a keen appreciation for how technology can be leveraged to provide maximum value to the end user,” said Leelilia Strogov, Juno`s senior vice president for business development. “We think their offerings will represent a very valuable addition to the services we provide to our users.”