Also new is the addition of Momaboard Travel Deals. Momaboard will partner with exclusive vendors to find vacation deals and packages that will suit its audience: i.e., mid-range and luxury options with family-friendly essentials such as apartment rentals, babysitting services, and discounts for kids. Over a dozen deals are up on the site now, with more being added regularly. Check out our one such deal in the Virgin Islands, at the Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas.
With the addition of these two new services, Momaboard is expanding its services beyond just content, bringing its readers valuable services in the travel arena.
Other Updates on Momaboard’s Growing Community
Momaboard launched its http://www.YouTube.com/
Lively discussions were seen lately around two topics: Should Kids Skip School to Travel (also on Mamapedia) and Banning Kids from First Class on planes. The Momaboard community has much to say and is a great source for media to take the pulse of the parent community on such issues.
Momaboard garnered coverage over the past months in San Jose Mercury News, eHow , SheKnows, and Mamapedia, and was interviewed on podcasts BabiesandMomRadio on June 7, discussing international travel, and Momenough.com Podcast on June 20, discussing travel with kids
To learn more about this exciting new website, or to arrange an interview with founder Kaamna Bhojwani-Dhawan of San Francisco, please contact Ann Baker, Publicity Pros, Ann@PublicityPros.net, 213-785-8835.
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Momaboard.com is a content-rich, ever changing interactive site for moms (and dads) who are or want to travel with their children. Founded by Kaamna Bhojwani-Dhawan of San Francisco, it has shown robust growth right out of the box since its launch in February 2011. The website features a Family Travel Assistance Package in partnership with The Cranky Concierge, child-friendliness reviews of over 35 cities worldwide, seasonal articles, travel tips, and an exclusive deals & discounts section. Mombassadors from all over the world contribute to the site with personal advice, observations, and tips about their regions.
Founder Kaamna walks the talk of her website and its mission: She has already taken her Australian-born two-year-old son to visit 13 countries and counting.