is ambien a narcotic or benzo ambien cost shrooms ambien

l-theanine valium buy valium online valium nitrous oxide together

xanax off facebook buy xanax erfahrung mit xanax

qu est ce que du valium generic valium online can you take valium before getting tattoo

.25 mg xanax vs valium buy valium online no prescription 10mg valium mylan 477

buy ambien cr cheap ambien generic drug interactions ativan and ambien

order zolpidem Gresham buy ambien ambien cyclobenzaprine interactions

manisa soma su faturası ödeme generic soma courtyard soma san francisco

would tramadol show up on a drug screen tramadol 50mg get ultram Irving

medicament tramadol acet tramadol 50mg is amitriptyline better than tramadol

slide2

As companies begin to gear up for family-friendly summer in 2014, travel ads use children and parents to capture a large and profitable portion of the traveling public.  Skift.com put together a list of the five top travel ads from the past week, which you can view here.

You may not have advertising budgets that allow you to create and distribute commercials like this, but capturing the family message is important because it is such a key travel demographic.

Priceline’s latest ad features William Shatner reprising his role as the Negotiator.  He plays the role of a protective parent after his daughter’s date books a room using Priceline’s no-bid Express Deals hotel booking tool.  Negotiator Rises

Disney Theme Parks is not marketing to protective parents, but they do encourage them to create unforgettable memories with a child’s first trip to this vacation wonderland.  Disney’s message is simple: Take your children to a Disney theme park if you want to make them happy.  Magical “Firsts” at Disney Theme Parks

Expedia’s new ad tugs at a parent’s heartstrings, following a young boy whose bedtime storybook seems to come to life when on vacation with his mom.  The ad encourages would-be travelers to discover their real-life fairy tales via travel.  Create Your Storybook

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.