Ontario Chamber of Commerce Brings Inland Empire to China

Tourists and Entrepreneurs of the Inland Empire are invited to experience China.

Ontario, CA, July 22, 2006 --(PR.com)-- The Ontario Chamber of Commerce in coordination with Citslinc International, Inc. is offering a 9 day trip to China beginning on November 3rd and ending on November 11th, 2006.

This exceptional value of $1,299 is per person, based on double occupancy and includes round trip airfare, transportation from Ontario to LAX Airport, 5-star or 4-star hotel accommodations, deluxe tour bus, a knowledgeable English speaking tour guide in each city, three full meals every day, fees for all attractions and any applicable taxes, and is available to everyone interested.  Upgrades to a single room or to business class are also available.  A non-refundable registration fee of $100 per person ensures you a space on this trip since space is limited.  The deposit will be deducted from your total tour fare, the balance of which will be due on or before September 1st.

Two pre tour briefings will be held to educate interested participants.  On Tuesday, August 1st, the Chamber will conduct the first briefing at The University of LaVerne Law School at 5:30p.  The Law School is located at 320 E. "D" Street in Ontario.  Thursday, August 24th  will be the final briefing and a chance for participants to get final details or make last minute decisions.  This briefing will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Double Tree Hotel located at 222 N. Vineyard Ave. in Ontario.  It is an opportunity to have all of your questions answered and allow Citslinc to handle the visa application process for a modest fee.

Participants will visit memorable sites, both ancient and modern, and enjoy many unforgettable experiences within the cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, and Hangzhou. Citslinc has 28 years of experience in China tourism and is happy to partner with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce for the first time in 6 years in bringing the Inland Empire to China.  Visit www.ontario.org for more details.

Ontario Chamber of Commerce
Mark Smiley