FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (December 31, 2008) – Andrew Garnett, founder and CEO of Special Needs at Sea, (www.specialneedsatsea.com), is scheduled to speak as a member of “The Money Making Panel” at the SATH 13th World Congress, the premier event for education about travelers with disabilities and the mature, to be held January 4-8, 2009 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in Walt Disney World® Resort, Florida,
Garnett, whose company is a global source for special needs equipment for travelers, will focus on the travel agent commission program recently launched by Special Needs at Sea, and will also share insights on how cruising is an especially compatible and accommodating vacation choice for travelers with disabilities.
“SATH is a leader and innovator in opening doors to travel for people with disabilities. Special Needs is proud to be part of the SATH World Congress and is honored to be selected as a speaker. This annual conference presents an unprecedented opportunity for disabled travelers, advocates, travel agents, and companies who support accessible travel to come together and share innovative ideas about ways to expand travel opportunities to a wider range of people worldwide.”
SATH, The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH) is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities.
Special Needs at Sea, a Special Needs Group company, is a sponsor of SATH and will be exhibiting during the Congress trade show on Tuesday, January 6 between 9am and 12:30pm.
For more information regarding SATH World Congress, go to www.sath.org. For more details about Special Needs at Sea, to request a brochure, call Special Needs at Sea toll free 1.800.513.4515, email email@example.com or log onto www.specialneedsatsea.com.
ABOUT SPECIAL NEEDS AT SEA
Special Needs at Sea, a Special Needs Group Inc., company, is a one-stop source for special needs cruising around the world offering a broad range of special needs equipment for purchase and rental including wheelchairs, scooters and power chairs with capabilities to support 500 pounds or more; oxygen (liquid, cylinder, and concentrator); specialized mobility equipment, hearing impaired equipment, Braille printing, and more. Recommended by the world’s major cruise lines for superior service and value, we also guests visiting hotels, resorts, theme parks, or conventions centers. Special Needs at Sea, a U.S. company, is not a travel agency, nor do we compete in any way with travel agents.
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