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Gray Line N.Y. debuts new website

Posted on October 9, 2009

N.Y.-based sightseeing operator and ground transportation provider, Gray Line New York launched its new website Friday, featuring a user-friendly design and discounted offers.

The website now showcases exclusive online discount of $5 per ticket, per person, on all double-decker tours and packages. These packages offer savings of $125 and more.

NewYorkSightseeing.com provides easy navigation and check-out process for those looking for double-decker bus tours, as well as all NYC attraction tickets, cruises, helicopter tours and other day trips such as transportation to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets.

The new homepage has streamlined design to allow customers to select from four main categories:

1. Double-decker bus tours
2. NYC attraction tickets
3. Helicopter tours and cruises
4. Day trip (fully guided, one-day excursions on a motorcoach bus or train to Washington, D.C., Niagara Falls, Boston, and Philadelphia)

"This new website will allow all New York City visitors to easily find what they're looking for, and discover other New York City 'must-do' tours and attractions to add to their valuable time spent here," says president Mark Marmurstein.

Gray Line New York has provided New York City with sightseeing and transportation services since 1926, and carried over 1 million passengers in 2008.

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