“Vacation with a Purpose” on the Outer Banks & Help Us Help Haiti

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“Vacation with a Purpose” on the Outer Banks & Help Us Help Haiti


 On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti.  As Haiti struggles to recover from the devastating destruction, Seaside Vacations has decided to join efforts around the world to assist earthquake victims by promoting the “Vacation with a Purpose” campaign.  

From January 18, 2010 – January 22, 2010 book your reservation with Seaside Vacations and we will donate a portion of the reservation revenue to organizations supporting disaster relief efforts in Haiti.

This is your chance to join recovery efforts around the world to assist earthquake victims. By booking your Outer Banks vacation with Seaside, you will be helping disaster victims rebuild their lives and their communities.

Show you care and join Seaside Vacations on our mission to help Haiti.

Book your Outer Banks vacation with Seaside Vacations between January 18, 2010 and January 22, 2010 and a portion of the revenue will be donated to assist earthquake victims in Haiti.

 To book your stay, call 877.243.8159. Please mention promotion code HELP.


Seaside Vacations offers a wide selection of Outer Banks vacation rental homes, condos and villas on the beautiful pristine beaches of the Outer Banks.

Choose from charming 1-bedroom condos to expansive 14-bedroom private homes in the towns of CorollaDuck,Southern ShoresKitty HawkKill Devil Hills and Nags Head.

And also, be sure to check out our Outer Banks vacation specials.

January 15, 2010 Posted by seasidevacations | OBX NewsSpecial Offerscharity | , | No Comments Yet


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