SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Trust Earned Travel (www.tet.org) has just approved a Bhutan based travel provider to display the Trust Earned Travel Seal. Bhutan represents the 82nd country with Trust Earned Travel Seal Holder travel providers.
Since it's inception, travel providers from around the world, to now include 82 countries and all 50 states and the District of Columbia, have applied for, and been approved, as Trust Earned Travel Seal Holders.
These approved travel providers agree to a Code of Rules and Standards in its relationship with the traveling public and, as a result, are granted a license to display the Trust Earned Travel Seal on their website. In turn, Trust Earned Travel provides support in the generation of business to these approved Seal Holders.
About Trust Earned Travel
Trust Earned Travel (www.tet.org) was conceived in 1997 to educate and protect travelers and helps businesses that serve the traveling public (e.g. lodging facilities, restaurants, attractions, transportation companies, tour services, travel agencies, etc.). Trust Earned Travel gathers information about those businesses that volunteer to become Trust Earned Travel Seal Holders by complying with its rules and standards of conduct. Trust Earned Travel then shares that information with the traveling public.