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Resorts Respond to Rising Gas Prices With Offers

Resorts Respond to Rising Gas Prices With Offers

posted: 05/10/2007

May 8, 2007
DENVER, CO - (News Release) - Don't cancel that summer vacation just because of rising prices at the pump. Book with ResortQuest and earn up to $50 in gas credit with the timely "Gas Up and Go" offer. Book a four-night stay at any combination of ResortQuest's properties in 11 of the most popular mountain resorts and in addition to the gas credit receive an indispensable road atlas and a handy car cooler.

Vacationers can work their way across the west, exploring many of the region's most beautiful locales, or fly into any nearby gateway city, such as Denver, and rent a car. Either way they'll have access to more than 3,000 ResortQuest vacation properties, including private homes, condominiums and suites in Aspen, Snowmass, Breckenridge, Keystone, Steamboat and Telluride, Colorado; Park City, Deer Valley & The Canyons, Utah; Sun Valley, Idaho and Whistler, B.C. Options range from studio condominiums to deluxe vacation homes, accommodating a variety of group sizes and budget guidelines.

For more information about ResortQuest's "Gas Up and Go" offer, call 1-800-GO-RELAX or visit www.resortquest/ Can't make it for four nights? Book two nights and receive a $25 gas credit, as well as the road atlas and car cooler. Based on availability, certain restrictions apply. Valid through November 1, 2007.

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