Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Over 100 San Francisco Tours and Vacation Activity Tickets on one Web Site

Over 100 San Francisco Tours and Vacation Activity Tickets on one Web Site

San Francisco — One stop online access to more than 100 San Francisco Bay Area tours and easy “Print and Go” tickets are now available through TourCorp.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2004

One stop online access to more than 100 San Francisco Bay Area tours and easy “Print and Go” tickets are now available through TourCorp.

TourCorp announced today that sightseeing, walking, adventure, gourmet, wine, and VIP tours of Northern California are available for immediate booking at its two Web sites. The company offers the largest selection of San Francisco tours and vacation activities on the Internet and allows purchasers to print out tickets, thereby saving them time that would otherwise be spent in ticket lines and on the telephone.

"With so much to see and do in the bay area, it's easy for visitors to get bogged down in vacation planning. Our Web sites provide straightforward access to everything a tourist wants to see," explained President Brian Huber. "No waiting in lines to buy tickets. Go to one Web site, buy tickets for three different tours, print them out, and just show up for the tours."

The sites http://www. buysanfranciscotours. com (http://www. buysanfranciscotours. com) & http://www. buyalcatraztours. com/ (http://www. buyalcatraztours. com/) offer an exceptionally wide range of tours: hot air balloon flights, bike rentals, guided sightseeing tours, VIP wine tastings, vampire tours, architectural history, and tours via helicopter, Segway, hang glider, and kayak, in addition to the larger regularly scheduled sightseeing activities such as Alcatraz, San Francisco city tours, and trips to Carmel and Monterey.

As a representative of San Francisco’s leading tour companies (Red and White Fleet, Incredible Adventures, Wok Wiz, Grayline – Coach USA, TravelSF, Eaglerider, Adventure Cat, Golden Gate Jeep Tours, and San Francisco Electric Tour Company among others), TourCorp is able to provide one-stop access to the widest array of tour options available.

“Our goal is to get people to reserve before their trip so they can relax when they arrive,” Huber said.

About TourCorp Inc.

TourCorp. was established in 2003 and has quickly become a leader in online tour ticketing. With a dedicated design and development staff, we continue to launch easy-to-use Tour and Travel Web sites. Tour Corp now offers Tour Ticketing, Call Center and Box Office Tour and Activity Ticketing for major attractions, tour operators, and travel sites. Tours may be reviewed and reserved at http://www. buysanfranciscotours. com (http://www. buysanfranciscotours. com) & http://www. buyalcatraztours. com/ (http://www. buyalcatraztours. com/). For more information, contact Brian Huber, President, at 165 Jefferson Street, Suite 2F, San Francisco, CA 94133 or tours@tourcorp. com, phone 415-474-3126

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New Legal Help May be on the Way for 9/11 Heroes

New Legal Help May be on the Way for 9/11 Heroes

Almost eight years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, a New York judge has laid a road map that may help resolve some of the hundreds of lawsuits filed by first responders suffering from respiratory and other medical ailments.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2009

Almost eight years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, a New York judge has laid a road map that may help resolve some of the hundreds of lawsuits filed by first responders suffering from respiratory and other medical ailments.

Southern District of New York Judge Alvin Hellerstein has assigned two special masters to examine test cases in some of the suits brought by nearly 10,000 plaintiffs--suits that have been dragged out for years.

"Hopefully this will help bring some closure to the first responders suffering respiratory problems," says Steven M. Centore, author of One of Them: A First Responder's Story. "It's too late for many first responders to find justice, but maybe this will help some of them."

Mr. Centore, a first responder, federal employee and Navy veteran, details his own battles with insurance companies and the federal government in his book--battles that have made his many medical symptoms harder to deal with.

"It's one thing being very ill," says Mr. Centore, "but to have to fight every step of the way to get help for what was caused by 9/11 is adding insult to injury."

Now that Judge Hellerstein has made a decisions as to how the test cases will be handled, there should be thirty cases on track for argument of motions by January 2010. Trial readiness may come as soon as May of that same year.

The plan by Judge Hellerstein is facing the same complexities Mr. Centore outlines in One of Them, including:

  • Some first responders were involved in search-and-rescue missions immediately after the Twin Towers fell, while others worked there over longer periods of time
  • Thousands of laborers were involved in the cleanup and shipment of debris to the Fresh Kills Landfill on Staten Island
  • Some contractors worked only select areas of Ground Zero while others traveled all over
  • Some first responders were given masks and others were not

"It's really a shame that it's taken this long for the wheels of justice to start turning," says Mr. Centore.

To learn more about how you can help, or to buy the breakout book One of Them: A First Responder's Story, visit www. SteveCentore. com or www. wadv-oneofthem. com. The book is also available on Borders. com, Amazon. com and BarnesandNoble. com.

For more information about One of Them: A First Responder's Story, contact Steven M. Centore directly at Scentore (at) yahoo (dot) com.

WORLDWIDE ASSOCIATION OF DISABLED VETERANS, INC. and author Steven M. Centore chose Arbor Books, Inc. (www. ArborBooks. com) to design and promote One of Them: A First Responder's Story. Arbor Books is an internationally renowned, full-service book design, ghostwriting and marketing firm.

(One of Them: A First Responder's Story by Steven M. Centore; ISBN: 0-9801274-0-8; $16.95; 208 pages; 5½"x 8½"; softcover; Worldwide Association of Disabled Veterans, Inc.)

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