RezRez Announces Expansion to Maui

Resort Reservations
Network (RezRez), expands its destination-focused central reservations company
to reach the warmth of the Hawaiian Islands.

is the first of
the Hawaiian Islands to be added to RezRez`s growing sun destination network
and serves as the first of future plans to offer the easiest way to reach
Maui, Oahu and famous Waikiki beaches.
RezRez`s online booking system provides customers with the easiest way to
a perfect sun vacation.  Travelers can plan and book customized itineraries
through  The RezRez integrated call center has travel
consultants available who can help customers plan and book their customized
travel packages, even while online.
In addition to travel arrangements, offers accommodations for
every budget, from 5-star resorts to value-minded options.

“Maui is one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the country.
We are working with a wide range of accommodation and other travel partners to
provide the easiest and most comprehensive travel planning on the island,”
said RezRez President and CEO Stan Sprenger.
“We are very excited to be expanding our horizons to Maui,” Sprenger said.
“We know that the island holds much potential as travel to the states
continues to recover.  We look forward to future expansion to the other

  Maui is Hawaii`s second-largest island and home to Haleakala National
Park, boasts luscious tropical rainforests, waterfalls, volcanoes and white
sand beaches.  Visitors can enjoy whale watching, hiking, biking, snorkeling,
sailing, and of course, world famous surfing.  Maui is also the windsurfing
capital of the world.
The 2002 Yesawich Pepperdine & Brown/Yankelovich Partners National Leisure
Travel Monitor reports that Maui is the top destination that vacationers dream
about going to.  According to a survey of 1,351 consumers, more than seven in
10 (71 percent) said they would like to travel to Maui or the other Hawaiian
Outer Islands in the next two years.
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