ReserveAmerica Wins New Hampshire State Parks Contract

ReserveAmerica, the United States' leading recreation reservation and parks management solutions provider, today announced it has added New Hampshire to its expanding list of government agency clients. ReserveAmerica will manage reservation services and will provide parks and retail management systems for the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development's 19 parks, including 1,300 campsites.
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BALLSTON SPA, N.Y., -- ReserveAmerica, the United States' leading recreation reservation and parks management solutions provider, today announced it has added New Hampshire to its expanding list of government agency clients. ReserveAmerica will manage reservation services and will provide parks and retail management systems for the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development's 19 parks, including 1,300 campsites. Additionally, ReserveAmerica's Store Manager system will be used to manage comprehensive retail sales operations throughout the state, including the Cannon Mountain Ski Area. New Hampshire's parks are some of the most scenic in the United States and offer outdoor enthusiasts recreation opportunities that range from camping to hiking to skiing and more. Park visitors will be able to research and reserve their next stay on the Internet or via telephone.

"We are proud to welcome the beautiful New Hampshire State Parks to ReserveAmerica's national catalog of recreation destinations," remarked Seth Rosenberg, President of ReserveAmerica. "Working closely with New Hampshire's dedicated parks management professionals, we'll soon increase the ease of planning visits to parks while also introducing New Hampshire's parks to millions of customers who look to ReserveAmerica as they plan their next outdoor adventure."

"We are excited to be working with ReserveAmerica to launch a central reservation service for New Hampshire State Parks," said Allison McLean, Director of New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation. "Working with ReserveAmerica, we will make it easier for our park staff to serve visitors and for outdoor enthusiasts to plan trips to New Hampshire's scenic parks and historic locations."

ReserveAmerica's services are utilized by more than 17 million consumers each year as they plan their next outdoor recreation experience at 190,000 campsites in 4,000 parks across the United States. The company has processed more than 30 million reservations for State and Federal agencies.

About ReserveAmerica
ReserveAmerica is North America's leading camping reservation and park management solutions provider. ReserveAmerica specializes in complete reservations solutions, stand-alone call center/database management tools, online reservations solutions and park management software solutions. The Company manages the largest reservable campsite inventory with partnerships throughout North America. ReserveAmerica is an operating business of IAC (Nasdaq: IACI).

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