Hill Barrett Travel moves to Woodinville

Hill Barrett Travel, formerly located at Redmond Town Center, has moved to a larger office in the Hollywood Vineyard Center, 14479 Woodinville-Redmond Rd. in Woodinville.

  • Friday, December 19, 2008 11:38am
  • Business

Hill Barrett Travel, formerly located at Redmond Town Center, has moved to a larger office in the Hollywood Vineyard Center, 14479 Woodinville-Redmond Rd. in Woodinville.

“We are expecting 2009 to be a year when luxury will be on sale with some great offers,” said Alnoor Dossa, co-owner and managing director.

In conjunction with the Virtuoso network of member travel agencies, Hill Barrett Travel is in the midst of a marketing campaign called “Return On Life.” The message celebrates the idea that today, even in this challenging economy, a rich life is not measured by personal possessions but by time well-spent with loved ones on journeys to new destinations and the memories created by these experience.

Hill Barrett Travel encourages multi-generational family travel and active travel such as wildlife safaris.

As Virtuoso unveils the aspects of its “Return On Life” campaign, clients of Hill Barrett Travel can view related materials in print and online.

For more information, call (425) 489-8585 or visit www.hillbarrett.travel.


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