Travel expert Stephanie Abrams, host of two nationally syndicated US travel radio shows, announced today the debut of a stereoscopic 3D video travel trailer which includes excerpts of interview she conducted at the new Titanic Belfast Museum in Northern Irelandand other sequences filmed on location in San Francisco, Hawaii, and Ireland.
The 3-D trailer visible here under is designed to present a collage of destinations and interviews, demonstrates the power of stereoscopic 3D video and its 24/7 on-demand online presence.
Watch the trailer in 3D
Abrams notes that this new technology adds to the marketing clout delivered by her shows' radio exposure, editorial support on air and online, combined with the power of 3D which can be seen at www.JetSet411.com, the video section of the company's website brands which include: www.sAbrams.com , devoted to information related to Stephanie Abrams' archived and podcast radio shows, guest interviews, blogs, relevant travel-related news, photo gallery albums of worldwide destinations; and www.Travelers411.com, the interactive portion of their family of website brands.
3D Video as a branding tool
Featured in the fast-paced video trailer are: the city of San Francisco, Jak Hu, General Manager at the Marriott Courtyard King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel, beachfront scenes of the Hilton Waikaloa Village Resort and Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation on the Big island of Hawaii; John Mooney, CEO, Mooney Hotel Group, Northern Ireland at the Dunadry Hotel; Eithne Fitzpatrick, owner, Fitzpatrick Castle in Killiney, County Dublin, Ireland; County Mayo's Greta Byrne at Ceide Fields, Mount Falcon Lodge and Foxford Woollen Mills; and Northern Ireland's Clare Bradshaw, Marketing Director at the Titanic Belfast Museum, and Giant's Causeway on the Antrim Coast. "Trees sway in your face, coffee beans are handed to you, bagpipes come at you, and you'll feel like you were splashed by John Mooney and you can step on rocks at Giant's Causeway! We have a magical way to excite travelers!" Abrams explains.
"We are very excited about adding 3-D video to our powerful strategic marketing tools online that archive our broadcast media features to keep destinations alive with our rich library of award-winning website features. We look forward to working with destinations and suppliers to bring their stories to life with our unique on air, online, on location and 3-D capability and welcome inquiries," Abrams concludes.
Source: Abrams Hospitality Marketing