Blue Magnet Interactive Partners With Pegasus

Blue Magnet Interactive Partners With Pegasus to Provide End-To-End Digital Marketing and Cloud-Based Technology for Hotels.

USA, Chicago, Illinois. December 11, 2019

Blue Magnet Interactive, a full-service, hospitality digital marketing agency, has joined Pegasus' global partner network to provide hotels with a comprehensive, end-to-end digital marketing, reservation, and distribution platform for hotels.

Through this partnership, Blue Magnet integrates its holistic approach to SEO, social media, paid search, metasearch, and email marketing with Pegasus' cloud-based technology solutions, including its award-winning CRS, booking engine, channel manager, and e-commerce technologies.

This new partnership reflects Blue Magnet's mission of helping our hospitality clients best leverage the world of digital marketing in order to drive direct incremental revenue for hotels. "We are looking forward to collaborating with Pegasus on our shared vision of unparalleled 5-star service and support, as well as our commitment to excellence and reliability," said Christopher Jones, Managing Partner at Blue Magnet Interactive.

"We are proud to welcome Blue Magnet Interactive as an agency partner. It is important to Pegasus that we partner with teams that share our mission of connecting guests to hotels in an efficient and flexible manner. Pairing Blue Magnet's holistic marketing approach with our innovative technology allows hotels to more effectively drive direct bookings and finally regain control over their revenue and distribution." said Steffan Berelowitz, VP of Digital Platforms at Pegasus.


Tags: direct booking technology, hotel partners, hotel digital marketing, hotel marketing

About Blue Magnet Interactive

Media Contact:

Stephanie Hilger
Director of Marketing & Brand Strategy
Blue Magnet Interactive
T: 312-940-4395216
E: stephanie.hilger@bluemagnetinteractive.com
W: http://www.bluemagnetinteractive.com

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