Let's Make February Longer!

Ashford, Kent United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 10, 2011 -- Seven Seas Worldwide, an international shipping company, are asking people to join them in their campaign to add 3 days to February. According to the relocation experts, "The second month of the year has been short-changed for too long" and, with the amount of international festivals and holidays going on around the world during February, Seven Seas Worldwide believes it deserves the full 31 days.

John Henderson, Managing Director of Seven Seas Worldwide, stated, "The successful addition of 3 days to the end of February would not only allow more time for communities around the world to celebrate their annual February festivals - such as Mardi Gras and the Battle of the Oranges - but it would also give everybody the chance to get away for a short break themselves!" Seven Seas Worldwide are suggesting that the 3 additional days be given as Bank Holidays rather than work days.

The campaign is already causing waves. Businessmen and women in Kent - where Seven Seas Worldwide's HQ is based - have come out in support of an extended February. One local business owner said, "I've always felt sorry for February. I think it's great that Seven Seas Worldwide is launching a campaign to see some fairness in the calendar. When is it going to happen? I know the 3 extra days don't exist yet but I've already got them booked for a trip to St. Moritz."

While we wait for this reinvented February to come along, Seven Seas are inviting potential customers planning a break this month to use their excess baggage service. "We provide a limousine service for your luggage," said Mr. Henderson. "We collect, transport and deliver your excess baggage whenever or wherever you need it."

Seven Seas Worldwide move excess baggage and personal belongings around the world. Catering for all sorts of customers ranging from the holidaymaker with one suitcase too many to the family starting a new life abroad, Seven Seas are the first choice for many holidaymakers, travellers and expats, providing a variety of other services including storage, tax refunds and money transfers.

Seven Seas Worldwide has a network of offices and depots across the globe including Malaysia, Australia, the US and China. For more information, visit http://www.sevenseasworldwide.com or call 0800 21 66 98.

About Seven Seas Worldwide

Michael Spicer. michael.spicer@sevenseasworldwide.com

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Press Release Submitted On: February 10, 2011 at 7:15 am
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