Makers of Value-added Travelware Step-up Their Commitment to Travelers with Critical Expert Information and an Easy-to-Use Checklist
New York, N.Y. October 11, 2005 – Briggs & Riley, a leading brand of quality luggage products is offering one-stop shopping for travel information through its online “Travel Center.” Briggs & Riley has extended its dedication to travelers by providing expert travel tips, a travel checklist and an extraordinary portal with links to a wide variety of important travel information.
Briggs & Riley vice president of marketing, Jim Lahren said, “The Briggs & Riley Travel Center is a natural value-add we offer not only to our customers, but to any traveler. Our goal is to build a lifelong relationship with our consumers to improve their travel experience. The travel center is one way that we do this. Our expert information and user-friendly site match the superior engineering and lifetime warranty associated with our travelware.” Lahren explained that today’s difficult travel environment makes good information more important than ever. The travel center is a portal that meets all the needs of a traveler in one location. From airline reservations, to baggage weight restrictions, to a travel checklist, the company is dedicated to meeting the needs of the traveling public.
The Briggs and Riley Travel Center offers information and expert tips for every type of traveler. Briggs & Riley doesn’t know your wardrobe, but its comprehensive travel checklist lets you pack everything else you need without thinking.
Within the travel center, vacationers, explorers and executives can address all their different travel needs quickly and easily. All airlines are made accessible at travelers’ fingertips along with links to international reference guides including all current Federal and International travel regulations, up to date currency exchanges and embassy contacts.
Did you know:
- You can ask for a private security screening if you are traveling with more than one child
- You should make 2 copies of your passport identification page and leave one copy at home with friends or relatives when traveling internationally
- Prior to international travel, you should register with the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate through the State Department’s travel registration website
- Knits and textured fabrics travel better than natural fabrics
- Two-piece bathing suits are not acceptable in some countries
The Briggs & Riley Travel Center offers the traveler detailed instructions on three different methods of packing: rolling, interweave and bundling. The site also offers some very clever packing tips (when traveling with a friend or family member, cross pack some key items, in case one traveler loses a bag).
You can also download a copy of the travel checklist by visiting the Travel Center. The Travel Center is a gift to sophisticated travelers from Briggs & Riley, the company that knows that quality travelware means a great travel experience.
About Briggs & Riley Travelware
Briggs& Riley Travelware is dedicated to building a lifelong relationship with its consumers by fulfilling all of their travel needs. The company’s wide variety of innovative, high-quality luggage and business cases match smart design and exclusive features, with maximum durability and superb value. Briggs & Riley backs all of its products with the best-in-the-industry Simple as that® lifetime performance guarantee, a guarantee that even covers damage caused by an airline. Please visit www.briggs-riley.com for a full list of the latest products and store locations, and follow us on Twitter for announcements on specials, promotions and new products.