|By Business Wire||
|June 25, 2014 05:01 AM EDT||
This week, On the Move Systems Corp. (OTCBB: OMVS) will offer racing fans who are ready to leave the grandstands and get on to the track an unparalleled thrill ride when the company sponsors the next in its series of exhilarating motor sports track days.
Alongside its partners, the Xperience, OMVS will offer exclusive fantasy-sports travel and lodging packages to feel the rush at the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston, a three-day motor sports festival of speed in Texas’ biggest city. Through direct marketing, OMVS is offering participants a one-of-a-kind experience inside some of the world’s fastest race cars.
“For auto-racing fanatics and those who are simply looking for pure, automotive exhilaration, this opportunity is a dream come true,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “Participants will fly through the IndyCar track at speeds only professional drivers typically get to experience. For the brave few, we’re going to be turning a fantasy into reality.”
Packages will also include opportunities to meet the drivers, hang out with the pit crew and enjoy all the top amenities at the Grand Prix of Houston. It’s one of many such events that OMVS plans to sponsor and promote in conjunction with the Xperience. Through this partnership, OMVS is working to develop fantasy travel packages that include unique outdoor adventures, wilderness retreats and sporting events in prime U.S. vacation destinations such as Alaska, Florida and Texas.
Offering comprehensive booking deals on transportation, lodging and more to niche clientele is key to OMVS’ plans to market and develop new breakthroughs that will allow it to compete in the online travel market alongside HomeAway, Inc. (NASDAQ: AWAY), Orbitz Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: OWW), TripAdvisor.com (NASDAQ: TRIP) and Expedia.com (NASDAQ: EXPE).
About On the Move Systems Corp.
On the Move Systems Corp. (OMVS) is focused on the development of cutting-edge technology across a broad spectrum of industries. The company is currently exploring new online tools to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and transportation industry. For more information, please visit our website at www.onthemovesystems.com.
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