SOURCE: JS Cruiseline Inc.
TAMPA, FL--(Marketwire - Sep 11, 2012) - JS Cruiseline Inc. plans to raise $42.5 million in sponsorship, in return for a 5% share of $1.4 trillion, for its rewards program. The sponsorship deal has been promoted through yavay.net and sponsors include: Visa, AOL, Titans Organization, 7-Eleven and Burger King. JS Cruiseline is actively searching for additional sponsors; its rewards program already has 80,000 businesses signed up but in order to move forward and recognize its dream of becoming a national franchise, the company needs 39.9 million businesses to be enrolled. The sponsorship will result in hundreds of new locations for Burger King, providing more jobs in the fast food industry. Similarly, there will be a huge increase in 7-Eleven locations and more jobs in the gas/oil industry. Visa and AOL will each enjoy 25% profit sharing on the travel rewards card.
JS Cruiseline will participate in an awards ceremony at the LP stadium in Nashville, October 7, 2012. Titans fans and JS Cruiseline's sponsors will come together during the Titans half-time show. This ceremony will be a truly historical occasion for JS Cruiseline as Jejuan Sims, the company's founder, will receive the award of Visa Entrepreneur of the Year for his efforts in building JS Cruiseline into such a large and successful travel agency. The agency hopes that the sponsorship will help it meet its goal of enrolling almost 40 million businesses.
"The way the Travelers' Choice Rewards program works is that we first approach the board of directors for approval," says Sims. "Once we have approval, we ensure the whole organization qualifies for our travel services; each member of the organization receives a membership card. The organization is then approved for $20,000. Travelers' Choice for business is not a revolving line of credit but the organization can use the available funds for trading through us and our suppliers."
Management and employees are eligible to arrange travel through JS Cruiseline using their membership cards. JS Cruiseline will accept bookings as soon as our clients' membership contracts are completed. Right now, the booking process is currently under construction; for further information, please visit http://www.jstraveline.com.