Lunenburg Yacht Club partners with home-sharing service StayBillety for Sail East housing

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June 28, 2018

Lunenburg Yacht Club says #ComeOnIn ! The sailing club, through Sail Canada, is partnered with StayBillety.com to assist sailors and fans with housing for their upcoming Sail Canada Championship event.

Lunenburg area residents are asked to share their extra space through the online accommodation service, and welcome regatta participants and officials.

Ron Barbara, Sail East Regatta Chair, says “StayBillety gives sailors and their families another housing option and connects our great community with our participants. Hosting through StayBillety is an easy way for folks in the Lunenburg area to welcome visitors and make some extra money.”

“The program helps competitors and their families ease the expense of traveling for events like the Sail East Championship, or any time they’re on the road for activities or business.” said StayBillety Founder/CEO Barbara Jones.

Lunenburg Yacht Club StaybilletyStayBillety is available throughout North America. The Canadian start-up is the Official Online Accommodation Service of Sail Canada. Additional StayBillety partners include Surf Canada, Canoe Kayak Canada, Canada Snowboard, Slo-Pitch National and other groups and organizations, colleges and universities.

SAIL EAST SCHEDULE
July 26-29 – Sail East at Sail Fest – Lunenburg, NS

BE A HOST
Are you already home-sharing? Or are you sports-minded with extra space? Register on StayBillety, list your room or home and indicate ‘SAIL EAST’ and ‘SAIL CANADA’ among the ‘Groups I Support’

BOOK ACCOMMODATION
StayBillety welcomes competitors, fans & families for Sail East or for travel for any occasion. The SAIL EAST page on StayBillety connects participants needing housing with Hosts supporting the sport.

USE THE AFFILIATE CODE: SAILCAN
When booking, sailors and fans are asked to use the Sail Canada affiliate code: SAILCAN

POST A REQUEST
Don’t see a space that meets your needs? Participants can post their housing needs as a REQUEST for potential Hosts to review.

LYC LogoAbout StayBillety Inc. and StayBillety LLC
Launched in March 2016 and now based in Kingston, Ontario and Syracuse, New York, StayBillety is an international online accommodation service connecting like-minded Guests and Hosts. Celebrating community, StayBillety partners with colleges & universities and groups & organizations to link enterprising Hosts with its Affiliates. With StayBillety, Guests traveling for concerts, commencements or competitions connect with Hosts who share their common interests. StayBillety Affiliate partners include Sail Canada, Canoe Kayak Canada, Surf Canada, Canada Snowboard, Slo-Pitch National, Run Ottawa/Ottawa Marathon, Syracuse University, Ryerson University, Rideau Canoe Club, Orange Bowl International Youth Regatta.

For more information visit: http://www.staybillety.com/

 

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