e-Travel Signs On with Sabre

. October 14, 2008

AUGUST 31, 2006. e-Travel Technologies Inc of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada has signed a distribution agreement with Sabre Travel Network to offer North American travel agencies a discounted subscription rate to access e-Travel Technologies' International Travel Advisories and Alerts service.

"Sabre is committed to being the one-stop shop for our agency customers, and it is critical that we continually expand our features and services that address the current marketplace developments," said Candi Clarke, vice president of point of sale marketing at Sabre Travel Network.

"Recent events have again reminded us that we live and travel in a global world that requires that we keep our agency partners and their traveling customers keenly aware of events that could impact traveler safety and convenience. e-Travel Advisories provide an easy other way for our agencies to access this important information from their MySabre desktop."

Don Churchill, President and CEO e-Travel Technologies Inc added, "We are very pleased to be working with Sabre on developing this special package of personalized Travel Advisories and Travel Alerts for MySabre agencies. I am confident that this special package will significantly contribute to the agency's travel risk management services to their clients, resulting in a competitive advantage in the value propositions to their customers."

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