Online travel agency sunshine.co.uk has had some more great coverage this week in the national newspapers for various stories.
First up, some research that the holiday website carried out revealed that 1 in 4 parents let their underage children drink alcohol whilst on holiday, with kids as young as aged 6-8 being given booze.
As the results were very controversial, there was a lot of interest from the media. The Metro ran the story, as did the Daily Telegraph and Daily Star.
Next up, a reader wrote to the Sunday Mirror asking about deals for a certain hotel in a resort in Bulgaria. When sunshine.co.uk was able to help provide details, they got a nice mention in the Q&A section on the travel pages.
Finally, Loose Women's Carol McGiffin mentioned sunshine.co.uk in her column in The People, after the site's survey to do with passengers ignoring mobile phone rules on planes was released.
Check out some of the cuttings...
Daily Telegraph and sunshine.co.uk
Metro and sunshine.co.uk
The People and sunshine.co.uk
Sunday Mirror and sunshine.co.uk