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January 8, 2013

An Exciting Development in Indie Travel From Boots-N-All

Sean Keener, CEO of Boots-N-All is a friend of mine and one of the most passionate people I know when it comes to developing resources to empower and encourage independent travel. A few months ago he let me in on the Beta testing of the ace up his sleeve, and today I’m as excited as he is about the launch.

The team over at Boots-N-All has made a giant leap forward for the indie travel market in developing a tool that will allow us all to chart our own courses in a way that has not been possible up to this point.

Did you Know?

Not any more!

Enter Indie. 

It’s the first of it’s kind airfare booking service with no rules, instant prices and online booking for itineraries of more than six stops.

It’s being unveiled for the very first time today, after being in Beta for three months. As someone who travels full time, I can’t tell you how excited I am about the possibilities!

Kudos to Sean and the team for putting together yet another practical resource the could change the travel industry.

Check it out, people: http://indie.bootsnall.com

 

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