5 edition of 1001 sources for free travel information found in the catalog.
|Statement||Travel Information Bureau|
|Publishers||Travel Information Bureau|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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He already was operating a similar program for members who shared a common interest in the arts, and he had written several short books on travel subjects. He did not at first think that the service would serve as a matchmaker. Competing services soon sprang up, and they began to use the Internet, reaching a larger audience at a lower cost. Brock, Fred May 2, 1999. They could then request the full profiles and contact information for those they were interested in.
In 1976, after a divorce, he quit his job and toured Europe in an RV for three years. Reynolds, Christopher March 2, 1997.
Brock, Fred May 2, 1999. After completing the questionnaire and mailing it to the TCE office, members were mailed a monthly summary of the profiles of all members with current travel plans or desires.
As a result, the business grew quickly, and within a year it had 2,500 active members in 48 states, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Japan. Perkins, Ed October 3, 2012.
In 1997, he married Eul Lee, whom he had met through TCE.
Are you planning your next Texas vacation? Gardner, Marilyn October 22, 1997.
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By 1997 it had served over 70,000 members.
The titles were all well received by the public, and in total, he sold approximately 120,000 copies of the books.