As the communities impacted by Hurricane Irma begin the long road to recovery, Travel Tripper is committed to helping our hospitality colleagues in Florida and the Caribbean with their cleanup and rebuilding efforts.
We’ve set up a special help line specific to our clients and partners affected by Irma. Hotel properties in these areas may reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org for urgent help with:
- Rate and inventory changes in the CRS due to Irma
- Creating special offers or rate plans for locally displaced Florida or Caribbean residents
- Putting up a temporary notice on your hotel website (if using Travel Tripper Web services) to inform guests of closures, outages, or other issues caused by the hurricane
- Questions regarding billing or other administrative issues
The helpline will be active immediately until the end of October and will only serve Travel Tripper clients with issues directly stemming from Hurricane Irma.
For other questions and requests, please use our standard customer service emails: email@example.com (CRS and Booking Engine) and firstname.lastname@example.org (Travel Tripper Web).
Supporting relief efforts
For those who wish to further support relief efforts, Travel Tripper recommends and will be making monetary donations to the following organizations:
Florida Disaster Fund: State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster. 100% of funds raised will go toward disaster-related response and recovery; there are no overhead costs.
Tourism Cares: The charitable community of the travel and tourism industry, which partners with local travel associations and businesses to help destinations in need. Tourism Cares has set up a Caribbean Tourism Recovery Fund (in association with the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association) and a Hurricane Harvey Tourism Recovery Fund (in association with Travel Texas and Texas Travel Industry Association) as a way to directly support destinations impacted by these hurricanes and speed the return of visitors and jobs.