Our goal is to be the #1 global content alternative for travelers' destination requirements.
Travelpapers.com is about the traveler. It was designed with the individual who is moving from location to location with limited time to spare, in mind.
While staying at a hotel in Los Angeles, I was inspired by the need to navigate traffic, have face to face dialogue on travel options, and queries from my colleagues and other hotel guests who were engaged in daily travel discussions. The dialogues we had were centered on discovering a better way to find travel events and local happenings with very busy schedules.
I started to believe that there had to be an easier way to plan a trip, given the technology at our fingertips as we search for our favorite local hospitality occasion or tourism happenings. Even though we are living in a progressive time where there are many technologies, social networks, pamphlets, and magazines at our disposal; I could tell that something was missing. It was evident to me that the physical (street level) and the virtual portals in this realm of travel information distribution were not functioning cohesively.
A breakdown of Travelpapers.com:
Travelpapers.com (Our name)
Travel (Target industry)
Papers (Familiar and reliable)
.com (Global technology)
My L.A. visit clearly showed me that there was no distinct virtual tool specifically relating to travelers' destination and information needs. As a result, Travelpapers.com was born, intended to reflect my concept, TID, to enable travelers to simply obtain their preferred trip content via local merchants, events, and tourist attractions. Travelpapers.com's Toronto marketing campaign “Bring TID Alive” will provide you with a first-hand opportunity to become a supporter. As a supporter, you will have the unique opportunity to witness other practical usages that TID will bring directly to travelers’ trip planning. This will be a monumental event in the history of virtually enhanced travel.