Glendale Stays Launches Website by cYevV8B


									GLE NDA LE S TA Y S                                       Glendale Estate
                                                          Coonoor, The Nilgiris
                                                          Tamil Nadu, India
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                                                          Tel: +91 423 220 6779
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Press Release
   Contact: Rina Otter                     FOR RELEASE ON SEPT 21,2007
   Phone: +91 (423) 220 6779               September 14, 2007


   COONOOR, TN, SEPTEMBER 21, 2007:     Glendale Stays, a brand of

   Glendale Estate officially launched it’s website on the 12th of

   September 2007. Glendale Stays promotes eco tourism, in the form

   of hiking, trekking, and bird watching. “We really had to reach

   out to our customers and prospects at a time when they were

   actually planning their holiday”, says Rina Otter, who has been

   running the show for sometime.

   The website,, was professionally

   designed by ProPix, and also has some very good photographs of

   the property.

   Glendale Stays’ USP remains their plantation stay, as visitors

   love to indulge in the laid back and relaxed life at a tea

   plantation, while taking in the verdant greens that surround

   them. Though a lot of vistors at this time of the year just drop

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   by to enjoy the monsoons. Glendale Stays has properties at

   Coonoor and Valparai, near Coimbatore via Pollachi.

   Coonoor is rapidly growing in popularity as a “hot” destination,

   when the temperatures in the plains starts rising. The majority

   of visitors are from Bangalore, Coimbatore and Chennai. Though

   there are significant number of tourists from as far north as

   Kokotta and New Delhi, who add Coonoor and Ooty as a “must see”

   on their itinerary.


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