The true hallmark of quality is celebrity endorsement -- because why wouldn't George Foreman make fantastic grills, or Jim Palmer run a store that sells money? So next time you need to rent an Impala in Des Moines, turn to Kanye West, of Kanye Travel Ventures.
Just days ago, Wacky Sunglasses Man launched his catch-all portal KTV, laboriously created over the last year after he "brought together travel experts...to create...a platform of best-in-class processes and systems" (that is, he took Travelocity and slapped his name/the Graduation album cover on the header). Right now, KTV just offers its mother-site's standard functionality, but'll soon roll out features like the ability to option in concert tickets/merchandise in one shot, sometimes at discount -- because "Kanye hates high prices!" KTV's also gonna offer various Kanye-curated bundles, which'll put you up at the hotel he stays at, book you at the restaurant he chows at, and direct you to his favorite stores, where you'll be expected to buy at least 4,000 sea-foam-green sweater-vests.
If KTV finds success, the company behind it plans to mimic the branded-travel approach with other celebrities who enjoy similarly large and mesmerized fan bases -- so buy that money from Jim Palmer, hit France, and dine at the Michelin-starred restaurants preferred by...GWAR?