Tampa, FL, April 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Universal Action Travel announced on February 27, 2009 that it remains confident in the travel industry and sees growth for the travel industry in 2009. Surely the company acknowledges that times are currently tough economically worldwide, but as data has shown travel is an industry that is among the first to come out of an economic slow down period.
Director Patricia Holguin said, “The travel industry is a good industry to be as it’s a very rewarding industry both personally and economically. Our staff takes pride in the work we do day in and day out, and nothing is more satisfying than receiving post cards from travelers customers”. She also noted “We are currently in an economic slow down that has affected everyone across the board, but as for our company and our industry partners, we have been blessed enough to remain strong and ready to see the influx of travelers in the months to come”. The company also acknowledges that after an economic slow down there is always a rush of travelers, and bounds to be ready for whenever the time comes.
Other factors that have boosted tourism is the fact that such companies as the low-fare carriers are getting more competitive, and offering better rates across the industry allowing more people to visit Florida and the Bahamas. Surely while the economy plays a factor in every sector, for as long as people are willing to spend quality time with friends, family, and most importantly on themselves, the travel industry will forever remain one of the major players in markets worldwide.
Universal Action Travel, Inc. can be reached at their corporate offices at 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Ste-200. Tampa, Florida 33614. Their toll free numbers 1-800-644-1648. and their office hours are Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm EST.