Refreshed Traveler | December 30, 2020
Revived Traveler, creators of the Travel Safety Kit™, declared today the public launch of its reasonable product offering pointed toward assisting travelers with shielding themselves from Covid-19 and different infections while in a hurry. The packs, which highlight a scope of individual wellbeing and health items are fabricated at the brands Florida-based stockroom and sold both on the web and at huge box retailers including Target and Bed, Bath and Beyond stories in both the U.S. what's more, Canada. The idea of the brand was established by Peter T. Cook while he was traveling in 2018. During his outing he got a bug and found at numerous air terminals that no advantageous get and go security units existed, which led him to create the first Travel Safety Kit™.
"There's no better way to pay-it-forward than providing a great product that keeps people healthy and safe and supports a nonprofit at the same time,” said Peter T. Cook, founder of Refreshed Traveler.
As part of the founder’s mission to give back, proceeds from the brand’s profits are donated to the Largest Heart, a 501c3 charity Cook founded to raise funds for suicide awareness and helping those who have lost family to its devastating impact.
DTPB | June 03, 2020
Discover The Palm Beaches (DTPB), Palm Beach County's official tourism marketing organization, today announced that the destination has signed on to pursue the Global Biorisk Advisory Council's (GBAC) STAR accreditation, making it the first and only Florida destination undertaking the task, and among the first in the nation. DTPB is coordinating the program in collaborating with the Tourist Development Council (TDC) of Palm Beach County and its various agencies.
Booking.com | November 15, 2021
Booking.com, announced the inaugural launch of its Travel Sustainable badge, a credible, globally relevant sustainability measure that will provide highly coveted information to travellers all over the world looking to make more sustainable travel choices. Designed to be applicable to a wide range of property types, from apartments, B&Bs and holiday homes to hotels, resorts and even treehouses, and adaptable to local realities and considerations, the initiative is a first of its kind in the industry.
Considering that 64% of travellers state they want to stay in a sustainable accommodation in the upcoming year and with more than 28 million listings on Booking.com, the company sees a tremendous opportunity to showcase more of the impactful efforts its partners are taking to create more sustainable experiences, and in turn, make it easier for travellers to find a sustainable way to stay. With three-quarters (63%) indicating they would be more likely to choose a specific accommodation implementing sustainable practices, it rewards and further encourages providers to take the next steps on their individual sustainability journeys.
"Building a truly sustainable travel industry will take time, coordination and concerted effort, but progress is possible through continued innovation, partner support and industry collaboration,We are recognising the sustainability efforts of a broader range of properties around the world in a credible and transparent way for consumers. Displaying the practices they have in place makes it easier for everyone to make a more informed and hopefully more sustainable choice for their next trip, no matter where they want to go. Thus also inspiring even more of our partners to take the next step to operate more sustainably".
-Marianne Gybels, Director of Sustainability at Booking.com
Part of Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG), Booking.com's mission is to make it easier for everyone to experience the world whenever it's safe to do so again. By investing in the technology that helps take the friction out of travel, Booking.com seamlessly connects millions of travelers with memorable experiences, a range of transportation options and incredible places to stay -from homes to hotels and much more. Booking.com is available in 44 languages and offers more than 28 million total reported accommodation listings, including more than 6.6 million listings of homes, apartments and other unique places to stay.