Key Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances and
Innovative Growth Strategy has UTMR Firmly
Entrenched in Multi-Trln. Dlr. Industry



Tonight we have a new play, a Company that is already well underway in the execution of a groundbreaking approach / growth strategy in what is often called “one of the largest markets in the world”… travel:

With this Company’s innovative growth strategy and recent key acquisitions, tonight we are looking at a Company that has the potential to burst open an entirely new section of the travel market.



Tonight's new pick is Ultimate Rack Inc. (UTMR)



Ultimate Rack Website

Travopoly Travel Website

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Ultimate Rack operates in the travel, leisure and lifestyle industries. Since forming a strategic alliance with Travopoly earlier this year, UTMR has been on a growth frenzy, launching a new website to increase investor awareness, and announcing that it has identified a short list of potential acquisitions of agencies with a niche, geographic footprint, preferred supplier relationships, an established customer base, and with annual revenues of up to $2M this alliance brings the potential for profitable growth.

UTMR acquires small to mid-sized brick and mortar store travel agencies along with value-added technology and marketing verticals, both domestically and internationally.

By continuing to execute its acquisition strategy UTMR expects to grow its agency base’s sales volume to $100Mln during 2015/16.

By acquiring travel agencies around the US, UTMR is able to accomplish two core objectives: grow the database of consumers who are interested in the service of travel agents and create a new brand in travel offline.

UTMR recently announced that Travopoly Travel’s Happiness Vacationar at the award-winning Azul Fives resort in Cancun was a huge success…

... such a success in fact that they sold out of tickets for the luxury seminar at $699 a head.

With successful events like this and the continuation of its corporate expansion strategy it certainly seems as though UTMR is onto something with vast potential... and there could be a lot of money to be made here.

Hundreds of thousands of new customers can be identified through Travopoly’s brand and offerings.

As brick and mortar agencies are acquired, the rebranding of those agencies as Travopoly will help continue Travopoly’s namesake as a household name.

Recently UTMR announced that it entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the principals of St. Louis, Missouri based, Custom Travel Service (CTS), to acquire 100% of the assets of the firm.

Supported by an integrated network of travel agencies, marketing firms and travel technology platforms designed to elevate the way travel is sold globally, UTMR could be poised to emerge as one of the leading names in travel.

According to the Company’s website, “The goal of reaching $500 million in annual travel sales within a 5-year period is a realistic possibility when one takes into account the skill and experience the Ultimate Rack team possess.

UTMR’s acquisition strategy model is partially based on “Blue Ocean Strategies” and is powered by more than 50 years of experience in the worldwide travel space.

To get a better understanding on the topic of “Blue Ocean Strategies” just check out this line taken straight from the company’s website: “Blue Ocean Strategy is a book published in 2005 that is based on studies of 150 strategic moves of companies who have created their own market (“Blue Ocean”) within today’s overcrowded industries battling each other for shrinking profit pools (“Red Oceans”).”

Modeling both public and private companies in the global travel arena is critical as it relates to their Blue Ocean growth strategy.

In recent years, two of the most successful travel companies to create their own markets amongst the travel industry giants are Priceline (NASDAQ: PCLN) and Cheap Caribbean. For those of you who are not familiar with their growth strategy, let me give you a real quick breakdown:

  1. In the public sector Priceline (NASDAQ:PCLN) has grown from its 1997 start-up to a 61B Market Cap with its own acquisition strategy (Booking.com 2004, Agoda 2007, Kayak 2012, OpenTable 2014) in conjunction with the unique ability for customers to “bid” on travel offers.
  2. In the private sector, Cheap Caribbean, started just 14 years ago in its founder’s garage, was purchased in August 2014 by the Apple Leisure Group, one of the largest wholesale vacation providers in the U.S. Cheap Caribbean services more than 1.5Mln customers per year in a targeted demographic of the Caribbean using Internet price guarantees as well as payment programs. Apple Leisure Group also owns Apple Vacation, Travel Impressions, and Unlimited Vacation Club. How impressive is this company? Bain Capital (founded by Mitt Romney), one of the world’s leading private and alternative asset management firms, bought an undisclosed stake in ALG.

Both of these companies have created their own markets among travel industry giants... the way UTMR is expanding through smart moves in this $7Trl Dlr market it could find itself right along side these market titans.

Currently at just .16, yet with growth on this scale who knows how long it will be at these levels.

With the completion of highly successful projects, the continued execution of its acquisition strategy and a database of hundreds of thousands of new customers through its strategic partners… UTMR could be onto something enormous…

... the sky could quite literally be the limit. So get started on researching this exciting ground floor situation away.

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Enjoy your evening,
NewPowerAlert Team