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NEW TRAVEL TV SHOW FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Jul 10, 2009

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COOKING WITHOUT LOOKING

"This cruise is truly going to be a thrill for all of us," says Ren'ee Rentmeester, Creator/Executive Producer of "Traveling Without Trouble" and "Cooking Without Looking," .  "Can you imagine how exciting it will be for cruise passengers to travel in the open air of the Emerald Princess, enjoying the grace and elegance of the Caribbean, and to participate in a LIVE taping of a brand new TV show as well as a TV cooking show.  It almost leaves you breathless."

 

 

The cruise starts at $659

per person double occupancy 

We invite you to be part of an exciting event which will help raise funds for SATH programs and increse exposure.

 

Travel Agent commission 10%

 

NEW TRAVEL TV SHOW  FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES WILL TAPE ITS FIRST PROGRAM ON A FUNDRAISING CARIBBEAN CRUISE OCTOBER, 2009
 
"Traveling Without Trouble"--- from the producers of "Cooking Without Looking," The First TV Show for People Who Are Blind/Visually Impaired; will tape it's first episode aboard the Emerald Princess Oct. 11-18, 2009, it was announced by Vision World Foundation, parent company of the two TV shows.
 
The cruise, a fundraiser for Society of Accessible Travel & Hospitality, will travel from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Princess Cays, Bahamas; St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles; St. Thomas; U.S. Virgin Islands; and Grand Turk.
 

Please help us make this a success! 

 

Contact:

 

For more information, or to book the cruise, please contact Mayla Melo at mayla@pisabrothers.com or call toll free: 1-800-729-7472, ext. 217.

 

 

The Producers of the Show

 

 "Cooking Without Looking" and "Traveling Without Trouble"

TV shows are produced by Vision World Foundation, www.visionworldfoundation.net or can be reached 1-888-290-7005.

 

Added Attraction

 

 "Cooking Without Looking" will also be taped onboard the Emerald Princess cruise with hosts Celia Chacon, Sabrina Deaton, Allen Preston and Annette Watkins, all of whom are blind or visually impaired.  Several blind audience members will be invited to cook with the hosts during a taping which will air at a later date.  Sighted cruisers who want to participate in the cooking will be blindfolded.
 
"This show is going into its third season on PBS in South Florida, and is popular among blind, low vision and sighted people," says Ren'ee.  "Food and cooking have no boundaries."

 

 

 

 

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We're here to help you!

 

Sincerely,


Jani Nayar

 

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