New Site From InsureMyTrip®.com Helps Travelers Prep to Pack

WARWICK, RI, October 30, 2007—Traveling today just got easier with a little help from, the new shop, pack, and go site from the leading on-line travel insurance provider,

“TripStuff was born of a keen eye on industry trends and an open ear to great input from our consumers,” explains Peter Evans, Executive Vice President of InsureMyTrip.“ Recently, the FAA predicted that 1 billion passengers a year will take to the skies by 2015, a 36 percent increase from the current level,” says Evans. “At the same time, consumers’ frustrations with the increasing complexities of 21st Century travel are also rising. They need to know, ‘do I need a passport where I’m going?’, ‘how do I stay in touch with folks at home while I’m out of the country?’, ‘how much foreign currency should I take with me?’. The answer to all these travel questions is” is designed to help travelers prepare and pack for all their leisure and business trips. Offering a range of essential travel services and products from a variety of reliable and reputable providers, TripStuff is a virtual hub for travel preparation. “’s partners are the leaders of their respective industries which include international cell phone plans and products, travel currency, destination services, airport parking, and passport and visa application/renewal programs, “ says Evans. “By partnering with such upstanding companies as Cellhire, Cellular Abroad, Park Ride Fly USA, Passports and, Travelex Currency Services, and, we remain true to our company’s fundamental philosophy to help people travel with confidence.”

TripStuff from is always growing so we can provide more of the travel essentials travelers need. So visit today for the items you need to make your travels easy, safe, and complete.

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