French company launch campaign to support British Tourism Industry
Added: (Sun Mar 25 2001)
French company British based lance a call to support British tourism sector
jc-rom.co.uk, a young Internet start up business has decided to launch a call to help British Tourism industry. We have added a hotel booking system in association with Nethotels.com and Expedia resources in our web site, to allow people to get in touch directly with the hotels.
We are French nationals but live and work in the countryside of the UK. Lives goes on here and we felt that more than never the internet can help in the hardest crisis ever facing the English countryside.
Even over road, the sightseeing are glorious the air is fresh and lots of activities available. The food is just fantastic (as French we love British food).
When Britain suffers, at jc-rom.co.uk, we suffer too.
And we felt that this gesture might help and comfort many of those whose businesses are at risk.
Together, webmasters worldwide can make a difference by promoting the British countryside. Tomorrow, it could be the same anywhere in the world.
Better cleaner pesticides, a much cleaner world and a worldwide fully use of new technology will make sure that our children will never see again a mass burial of lambs.
Lamb has a special meaning for Christian people and we invite all of you to watch the Christian and all other religions available from our TV and radio resources at www.jc-rom.co.uk/tv.htm
We have decided that we will send ALL our booking commission fees to the local representative of the Hotel Industry as long as the crisis goes.
We invite ALL brutish webmasters to join to any affiliate programe of hotel bookings and reverse their affiliates fees to the people in need in this country
JC Romanino our Webmaster used to work as a receptionist in the Lake District in Keswick, and he was deeply moved by the scenes of despair in one of the most beautiful places in Earth.
The sights even from the road are just amazing, so please visit them, stay overnight, go and get some delicious breakfast...
They need us most than ever, and in the big hotel family, we all will contribute to save potentially thousands of jobs.
We are sure that French farmers will agree.
We do sell wine to French citizens in our French section and invite you too to have a taste of it.
25th March 2001>
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