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SOURCE National Travel Deals

TAMPA, Fla., June 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- USA-based online car rental service provider, NationalTravelDeals.com (NTD), today announced the launch of its corporate giving program CarRentals4Kids.

The new program will donate $1.00 from every completed vehicle rental to Moffitt Cancer Center of Tampa in honor of Michelle Boyd DeJong, a marketing professional and business owner battling brain cancer. The program will continue throughout 2014 and the goal is to raise $50,000 or more annually.  To help this cause enter code: "Fighter" upon making a reservation.

Jeff Stanislow, Partner, National Travel Deals, stated, "Michelle has supported our community for many years, especially Tampa's children. Even though she's fighting her own battle with cancer, her goal is much larger than obtaining her own win. She desperately wants to be involved with finding the cure, so that no one else has to suffer through this difficult diagnosis."  

As an international car rental broker, NTD provides rentals in the United States (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Europe, Latin America, Australia and other worldwide locations.  Through rental supply agreements and valued partnerships with major car rental companies around the world, NTD is able to deliver an online reservations experience that is cost-effective and most importantly, convenient.  Contracts are negotiated with major car rental suppliers in advance and then NTD passes its savings on to the customer.

Michelle Boyd DeJong added, "I can't put into words how honored and ecstatic I am that a corporation such as National Travel Deals is stepping up and joining us in our fight to end cancer. Moffitt Cancer Center, where I'm currently being treated, has a tremendous research program geared toward pediatric cancer and finding the cure. I will do anything to support them in their efforts."

To learn more about National Travel Deals and their corporate giving program visit www.NationalTravelDeals.com.  

About National Travel Deals (www.NationalTravelDeals.com
National Travel Deals is a USA-based (Tampa, Florida) corporation that offers car rental services in 125 countries and more than 20,000 locations around the world. Through car rental supply agreements with major car rental companies and the Company's ability to negotiate discount prices through booking volumes, National Travel Deals is quickly becoming the price leader in online travel services. 

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