When, Where, & How Will It Be Safe To Travel?
with guest presenter
Deb Siegle, Owner, Come Travel Today
September 9, 2020 | 6:30pm
Labor Day marks the end of summer in a lot of people’s minds, and the beginning of getting serious about holiday travel plans and into winter breaks and long weekend plans. You know you are dreaming to get away—admit it. Where do you want to go? What are the policies around cleanliness and seat sales for travel to where you want to go so you get there safely? Who are the best companies to give your travel dollars to?
With everything going on in the world today, we all need a break. And we deserve it, too. These are stressful times. There’s no doubt that going on a vacation can have a positive impact on your health and wellbeing. But with the pandemic, travel becomes much more challenging. The travel industry has been working hard on reopening safely and announcements are starting to come out now on holiday travel into 2021 spring and summer travel. Join us as Deb Siegle, Travel Consultant and owner of Come Travel Today, shares up-to-date information about maneuvering travel in this new world so you can start planning now for that dream you have about your next vacation.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Deb Siegle, Travel Consultant and owner of Come Travel Today (cst 2136686-70)
assists clients with their travel plans, tailored to provide amazing, memorable experiences within budget. Deb works with individual, family, or group travel plans, including cruises or land-based travel, escorted or independent travel, destination weddings, anniversary, or reunion celebrations—big or smaller adventures, domestically or internationally. Deb has been ‘in travel’ since junior high when living in Mexico City. In addition to Mexico, Deb has traveled the world to Belize, Caymans, St Martin, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, St Johns, British Virgin Islands, Grenada, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Canada, Great Britain, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Philippines, Australia, and New Zealand and also extensively inside the US.