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One More Day and itravel2000 Says "Let It Snow, Canada!"

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 12/30/12 -- What will happen this New Year's Day? How much will it snow and where? These are the questions itravel2000 customers are anxiously awaiting answers to. What better way to ring in the New Year than with itravel2000's "Let it Snow" one of kind promotion? Travellers and the team at itravel2000 will undoubtedly be glued to the weather report across the country anticipating the snowfall that may grant them a free vacation!

For Canadians who booked their eligible winter vacation with itravel2000 between September 12, 2012 and October 15, 2012, the wait is almost over. Come New Year's Day, if their designated weather station reports more than 12.7 cm of snow, potentially thousands of travellers can get a refund on the cost of their vacation.

"This program has grown into one of Canada's largest vacation promotions," Jonathan Carroll, president of itravel2000, commented. "The weather in Canada is unpredictable so it is always a gamble, but we are hoping the odds are in our favour this year, and we see enough snow to give away free vacations to our customers!"

For more information, visit itravel2000.com. To book a vacation, call 1-866-888-1180.

About itravel2000

itravel2000.com, a leading travel retailer in Canada for over 18 years, is a full service travel company providing both live travel experts and online solutions for booking all travel arrangements. Visit us at www.itravel2000.com.

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