By: Susan Sherren for Couture Trips
Published: September 21, 2002 9:35 AM
It's no mystery that the economy's current tumultuous state has the potential to impact the travel industry negatively. According to the statistics released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, GDP decreased to 1.5% during the first quarter. Inflation plus demand is fueling the soaring travel costs. While travel seemed robust this summer, you must factor in two years' worth of canceled or postponed trips squeezed into this summer's travel season.
The primary concern these days is- how can you still enjoy an incredible vacation but keep your expenditures within your budget? We are releasing Couture Trips' top budget-friendly tips and advice to our clients and followers. If you make these small incremental changes today, you'll likely be headed off on a fabulous vacation sooner than you think.
Remember being frugal isn't being cheap. Stick to wise and sound principles; a penny saved is a penny earned, or a penny saved means you will likely be taking more vacations in the future.
Contact us today to schedule your complimentary travel consultation. We are leaders in luxury travel realm. Upgrade your vacation experience with the help of our services. Visit www.couturetrips.com.
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