Canoe Kayak Canada Extends Partnership with Online Accomodation Start-Up StayBillety
Canoe Kayak Canada – Canoe Kayak Canada is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with StayBillety as an Official Online Accommodation Supplier.
“We are happy to again include StayBillety as one of our partners for 2018,” said Casey Wade, Chief Executive Officer of Canoe Kayak Canada. “Our community travels a lot for the sport and this partnership provides a solid network of accommodation options for them.”
StayBillety has been the Official Online Accommodation Service of Canoe Kayak Canada since 2016. Athletes, members and fans now have additional accommodation options when they travel for competitions and training camps. All bookings through the service using the CKC code benefits the development of CKC athletes across the country.
This online accommodation service is a great way for athletes and supporters to connect. With StayBillety, it is now possible to save some money when travelling for events while making some by sharing homes and extra space as a host.
“We are very excited to count Canoe Kayak Canada as part of the StayBillety family again this year,” said Barbara Jones, Founder of the online accommodation start-up. “CKC has been an excellent partner since our launch and we look forward to supporting athletes and creating connections between the sports community and communities where they train and compete”.
Canoe Kayak Canada encourages all athletes and members to list their extra space on the StayBillety website. As StayBillety hosts, paddlers benefit financially.
Launched in March 2016 and based in Cambridge, Ontario (Waterloo Region),StayBillety is an international affordable, online accommodation service connecting like-minded guests and hosts. Celebrating community with its unique affinity-based affiliate model, StayBillety is also a social enterprise whose business supports groups, organizations and charities. With StayBillety, guests traveling for concerts, commencements or competitions connect with enterprising hosts who share their common interests.