StudentCity.com is launching its newly redesigned website at
www.StudentCity.com to make travel planning easier for students
going on Spring Break.
The new site boasts a significant upgrade in
functionality and includes a host of new features, including a Name Your
Price feature which allows the student to submit its budget and in exchange
receive a variety of Spring Break travel options within their means.
“The process of planning a Spring Break vacation shouldn’t be a chore,
it should be fun, and we wanted students to have a place to plan and share
their spring break trips. That’s why we’re delighted to introduce the new
site for the 2008 Spring Break planning process,” said Jacqueline Lewis,
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of StudentCity.com.
“The new StudentCity.com makes it easy to plan trips with friends through
the site, meet other people traveling to the same destination during the
same week, or even view trends for a particular school to see where people
are heading. From start to finish the new site provides an all-around
better experience for travelers.”
The new StudentCity.com is a complete overhaul to the company’s last
site, increasing ease of use for the consumer and providing a revolutionary
new way for student trips to be planned, booked, and remembered. The site
is easy to navigate and includes a variety of social networking community
features that make planning trips jointly with other users simple. Features
include the capability for users to invite others to join their
reservations, blog about their trips, upload and share Spring Break photo
galleries and videos, and even write reviews about their destination,
hotel, mean plan or anything else about their trip.
According to Joe Bush, Managing Director of First Choice Student
Travel, “This is the first step in a series of improvements as we continue
to revolutionize the way Spring Break travel is done.”
As the largest student travel tour operator, StudentCity.com
specializes in combining Spring Break travel with top notch entertainment.
Newly signed promotions include the MySpace Spring Break Concert Series,
and wildly popular MTV Real World celebrities and artists.