The Society of Leisure Enthusiasts Introduces Bailout Plan for the Vacation-Deprived

Posted by Michael McFadden and Joseph Sobin — September 29, 2008

While our politicians work on a bailout for Wall Street, The Society concentrates on those needing vacation assistanceLAKEWOOD, Colo. – (Sept. 30, 2008) – With Wall Street awaiting a government bailout; The Society of Leisure Enthusiasts ( comes to the rescue of the vacation deprived with the “Vacation Bailout Plan”. Developed by two Oxford graduates in conjunction with travel consultants from around the globe, The Society’s “Vacation Bailout Plan” is for those on Main Street.The Society of Leisure Enthusiasts logoThe Vacation Bailout Plan is to literally save the “American Vacation” during this period of economic uncertainty. With the December holidays fast approaching and Spring Break within 120 days, The Society needed to act immediately to assist those who may be delaying vacation planning due to concerns of cost and value.According to Michael McFadden, Co-Founder of The Society. “For the vast majority of the American public, value is the utmost priority when booking a vacation this year. At, visitors to the site will find exceptional values concerning the finest vacation home rentals in the world”. Vacation homes, once considered the privileged domain of the rich and famous are now available to vacationers seeking value for their vacation dollars. Fact: The average 5-star luxury vacation home is less expensive than a mid-range hotel on a cost per person/per night basis.“With an inventory of over 5,000 qualified properties,” added McFadden, “we can facilitate clients with inventory from intimate flats to sprawling homes, from beachfront to slopeside. Finally, family and friends have a one-stop resource for finding and reserving the finest vacation residences available throughout the world.”The Society’s Vacation Bail Out Plan is much shorter than the 700+ pages presented on Capitol Hill, actually its just 5 lines:- Set a budget per person- Invite family and friends to join you (larger home, more people = better value)- Decide on Sun or Snow, or as we say “Sandcastles or Snowballs”- Submit vacation parameters to: Book before October 31, 2008, and The Society will pay up to $250 USD towards airline baggage fees (in-house luggage shipping is available) or gas, depending whether you fly or drive (promotional code: Bailout)With an inventory in excess of 5,000 vacation homes around the world and access to an additional 20,000 properties, The Society will find the perfect home for your vacation. Each home has been reviewed by The Society’s Luxe Alliance to insure quality and value for their clients. Each vacation home rental offered by The Society is professionally supervised by on-site management. Many homes include premier on location concierge services available only to clients of The Society. In addition, in early 2009 The Society will provide access to a certified travel consultant to assist with flights, car rentals and other transportation logistics.About The Society of Luxury EnthusiastsAt clients have access to the finest available luxury vacation rental homes throughout the world including beach, mountain, desert, urban and resort destinations. Different from classic online vacation rental search sites, The Society ensures each home in their inventory exceeds quality standards established by a committee of professionals within the luxury real estate and hospitality industry. Clients of The Society have access to proprietary “concierge consultation” concerning local and regional attractions, leisure activities, dining options, cultural opportunities and travel planning services. Planning and implementing the ultimate luxury vacation experience is just one click away at's Note:This news release comes from The Society of Luxury Enthusiasts blog entry, entitled "Bailout for the Vacation Deprived."

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