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VIA Rail Canada, Expedia renew partnership

Posted on August 22, 2012

Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN) renewed its partnership with VIA Rail Canada. The deal will give viarail.ca customers access to EAN's extensive inventory of hotels, totaling nearly 155,000 worldwide.

VIA Rail Canada will use EAN's Chameleon platform, a customizable retail tool that provides customers with the most relevant hotels through an intuitive user interface and fast search process. By using the Chameleon platform, VIA Rail Canada's website gains a highly-customizable optimized booking path.

VIA Rail Canada's customers will have access to deals on hotel rooms and industry-leading availability and rates. User-generated reviews will be displayed when searching for a hotel on the website, helping VIA Rail Canada customers select the perfect hotel for their trip.

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