Beth Holloway, International Safe Travels Foundation & GradCity.com Offer College & High School Students Spring Breakers Safe Options … BREAK SMART
Spring Break can be the best of times … it can be the worst of times. Beth Holloway asks students to please be safe …
The International Safe Travels Foundation, the non profit organization Beth Holloway, and GradCity.com are jointly releasing important information to our youths in an effort to keep them safe while on vacation. With Spring Break upon us once again, high school and college students need to be more aware of the troubles they could potentially fins themselves in.
No one knows more the potential risks of their child traveling abroad on vacation than does Beth Holloway. Her daughter, Natalee Holloway, went missing in Aruba in May 2005 and has never been seen or hear from since. Beth Holloway has made it her mission in life to never have another parent have to suffer what she has endured in Natalee going missing and the continual road blocks and barriers put forth by the Aruba investigation and their legal system. Beth Holloway stresses the point to teens and college students across America … STAY SAFE WHEN TRAVELING!
PEABODY, Massachusetts, March 24 /PRNewswire/ – GradCity.com, a division of First Choice Student Travel, and the International Safe Travels Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Beth Holloway, the mother of missing teen Natalee Holloway, have jointly released a series of steps students can take to make their travel experiences safer. This announcement follows GradCity.com’s 2007 launch of its BreakSmart (http://gradcity.com/breaksmart.php) campaign, which was created to encourage responsible decision-making while on Spring Break.
“With Spring Break right around the corner, stressing safety while traveling is paramount. And since Natalee Holloway’s disappearance just under three years ago, students and other young adults, as well as parents and teachers have been seeking out ways to make student travel safer – both internationally and domestically,” said Joe Bush, Managing Sales Director of First Choice Student Travel. “Our BreakSmart program, which makes available safety tips and cautionary advice for students, is one way students can arm themselves with information to help ensure a memorable and safe travel experience.” (Yahoo Biz)