Guide to Airport Security Process Revised in Time for Holiday Traffic
will help travelers minimize holiday airport delays

(Medfield, MA) November 18 , 2003 –Stephenson Strategies, Inc.
(Medfield, MA) and Town Compass, LLC (Seattle) today released version
1.1 of their Terrorism Travel Planner - USA™ for handheld devices in
time to help travelers minimize anticipated holiday airport delays .
Congressional Quarterly's CQ Homeland Security recently chose the
Planner as its "Product of the Week."
New content, such as advice not to wrap presents in advance (since
screeners may open them) as well as news of the first TSA-approved
luggage locks, has been added to the first comprehensive air travel
security database for handhelds. It gives travelers all information
needed to deal with airport security, searchable in only 3 clicks.
More than 200 entries in the data base cover trip planning, packing and
clothing selection, how to minimize inspection hassles, and additional
information sources (including airlines’ toll-free numbers).
Homeland security expert W. David Stephenson compiled the information
from governmental, travel publication, and web sources.
Terrorism Travel Planner - USA ™ is viewed using Town Compass’ free
DataViewer®, available in Palm OS®, Pocket PC®, and Windows Smartphone®
ver-sions. It allows concisely organizing and packaging large volumes of
information for display on limited screen sizes.. The Planner may be
downloaded from PocketDirectory.com, Handango.com and PalmGear.com, and
costs only $3.95.
More details available at:
http://www.pocketdirectory.com/softw...dProduct=32010

Contacts:
Stephenson Strategies
W. David Stephenson, (508) 359-5112
Town Compass
Bill Andreozzi, (206) 624-4714

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W. David Stephenson
D.Stephenson@Stephensonstrategies.com
Stephenson Strategies
335 Main St.
Medfield, MA 02052
(508) 359-5112

"You could sift the Internet for bits of advice, or you could turn to the Stephenson Strategies/ Town Compass series of homeland security guides for hand-held computers to find advice on the hazards all in one place." Congressional Quarterly's CQ Homeland Security http://www.pocketdirectory.com/softw...dProduct=32026

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