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Momondo ouvre le monde a 27 jeunes talents europeens d'exception

PARIS, January 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Le site de voyage  momondo  lance l'opération "Local Fighters" pour ouvrir le monde à une diversité internationale de jeunes talents, tous combattants pour effectuer une grande percée en 2013

Voyager est souvent l'occasion de voir de nouveaux endroits et de rencontrer de nouveaux visages. Et en 2013, momondo suivra 27 nouveaux visages de près - les visages d'une diversité de nouveaux talents, choisis avec attention pour participer à un nouveau programme de parrainage international "Local Fighters", parce qu'ils se battent avec détermination pour atteindre leurs objectifs, réaliser leurs rêves et mettre en scène leur talent unique au monde.

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"momondo a été lancé comme un site web-consommateur, et souhaite garder cette nature de site de consommateurs, raison pour laquelle il est fondamental d'être présent au milieu des gens dans le monde réel, là où la vie est vécue. Au fil des ans, momondo a su acquérir une audience internationale et aimerait utiliser cette écoute et cette attention pour encourager des »héros » locaux et des talents du monde - de jeunes personnes qui s'éveillent chaque matin et combattent pour ce qu'ils croient, motivés par leurs passions et leurs désirs d'obtenir des résultats extraordinaires. En d'autres mots, nous encourageons ceux qui vivent leurs rêves et qui poursuivent l'idée qu'un monde ouvert est un monde meilleur - telle se veut être notre modeste contribution.", dit Martin Lumbye, membre du Conseil d'Administration de momondo.

momondo a identifié 27 "Local Fighters" dans neuf pays européens, et qui représentent une diversité de talents du monde du sport, de la mode, de la musique et plus encore. Ce programme international de parrainage de Momondo a été conçu  pour encourager et inspirer ces jeunes stars, pour les aider à être vus du monde.

En 2013, momondo suivra trois "Local Fighters" en France :

"Voir éclore de jeunes talents est un plaisir sans cesse renouvelé. En choisir trois parmi tous ceux qui l'auraient mérité, une tâche impossible. On ne montre pas à de jeunes talents la voie mais on les pousse à s'exprimer pour que d'autres demain, de plus jeunes, poursuivent le mouvement. Comme depuis que le monde est monde ! " a ajouté Robert Vinet, Country Manager momondo pour la France.

Tout au long de 2013, momondo suivra les activités de "Local Fighters" en France, Danemark, Suède, Norvège, Finlande, Allemagne, Russie, Hollande et Grande Bretagne.

Plus d'informations sur les "Local Fighters" de momondo, allez sur http://www.momondo.fr/content/localfighters/.

Bienvenue dans notre monde!

A propos de momondo:
www.momondo.fr est un méta-moteur de voyages qui exploite plus de 700 sites web et compare les meilleures offres sur les vols d'avions, les hôtels et les locations de voitures. En plus d'offrir ce service de recherche, momondo met à disposition des guides urbains qui sont le produit de contenu généré par les utilisateurs. momondo est en ligne depuis 2006 et a fait l'objet de multiples recommandations par des media internationaux, tels que le New York Times, CNN, NBC, CBS, The Daily Telegraph, et The London Sunday Times, ainsi que le guru du voyage Arthur Frommer. En 2012, momondo a gagné une étude comparative sur les vols fournis réalisé par Stiftung Warentest, un organisme allemand indépendant qui réalise des test de produits et de services.
Les applications mobiles de momondo pour iPhone et Android sont disponibles gratuitement : https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/momondo-billets-davion-pas/id436736538?l=fr&mt=8 or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.momondo.flightsearch&hl=fr


Pour plus d'informations :
Robert Vinet
Momondo, Country Manager
Email : [email protected]
Tel: +33(0)-6-76-73-98-70
Souad Gojif
SFG Presse
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +33(0)6-36-79-65-32

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