ZoomAway Travel Inc. Appoints Robert Cashell To The Board of Directors

By November 21, 2016Press Releases

VANCOUVER, BC – November 21, 2016 – ZoomAway Travel Inc. (TSX VENTURE: ZMA) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Mr. Robert A. Cashell Sr. has been appointed to the Board of Directors, effective November 21, 2016. The Company further announces that Mr. Altaf (Aly) Nazerali has resigned from the board taking effect on November 21, 2016.

The Hon. Jerry Grafstein, QC and Chairman of ZoomAway, said: “In 1996, Mr. Nazerali co-founded Multivision Communications Corp., ZoomAway’s former entity, and from the same date, became the President and CEO. Aly has been instrumental in the Company’s development throughout this time and key to the financing and management of the Company’s new business and vision. We would like to thank Aly for his commitment and dedication throughout the years. We wish him well in his future business ventures and appreciate his continuation in the role as an independent advisor to ZoomAway.”

Mr. Robert A. Cashell’s business career has spanned nearly 50 years primarily in the gaming industry. In 1967, he began his gaming career when he and four friends bought Bill & Effie’s Truck Stop located just west of Reno, Nevada. He personally managed the growth of the company, now known as “Boomtown” and completed a master plan for the hotel and casino development. He sold his interest in 1988. Mr. Cashell later served as Chairman of the Board of Cashell Enterprises, a hotel-casino management company and owned, operated or managed numerous gaming properties including the Alamo Travel Plaza and the Topaz Lodge. Mr. Cashell is one of Nevada’s best-known business and public figures having served on the University of Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents. Following his term as a University Regent, he was elected Lieutenant Governor for the State of Nevada in 1982. Working together with then Governor Richard Bryan, they created both the Nevada Commission on Economic Development and the Nevada Commission on Tourism. Mr. Cashell subsequently served as Chairman of both Commissions. Mr. Cashell was the Mayor of the City of Reno from 2002 to 2014.

“Mr. Cashell brings a wealth of experience in the gaming, tourism and hotel industries,” commented Mr. Grafstein. “The Board and management look forward to drawing on his expertise as they continue to advance ZoomAway’s business plan.”


Or for additional information contact: Sean Schaeffer, President, ZoomAway Inc., at 775-691-8860

About Us

ZoomAway, Inc. (Nevada Co.) provides leading hotels, golf resorts, ski resorts, and activity providers with a seamless, scalable, and fully integrated technology platform that allows for the discounted packaging of lodging, ski, golf, activities, and attractions. It seamlessly integrates into client websites, providing their customers with a real-time one-stop shop for all of their travel and recreational needs. Additional information about ZoomAway Inc. can be found at www.zoomaway.com.

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