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Winter Vacations #58100

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 02, 1979
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(Studio) Making of artificial snow in NYC's Central Park for ski festival reported; Chicago mentioned. Report is on travel agencies' readiness to take people away from winter weather.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds (WABC newstape)

(No location given) television ad shown. Travel ads aimed at those tired of winter weather noted. Incr. in number of cruise ship passengers in recent years reported [Home Lines spokesperson David SUTHERLAND - says almost 100% booking of liner Oceanic, sailing from NYC, is close to average] National Airlines' package deals given as example of package deals tourists can get. Details about winter vacationers given. television ad for Jamaica shown. Mentioned is Club Med in Guadeloupe.
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

Reynolds, Frank;
Sherr, Lynn

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