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Travel Expert Rachel Rudwall Shares Vacation Planning Secrets on TipsOnTV

January 3, 2023

ATLANTA, GA – Each year, National Plan for Vacation Day is recognized in January. It provides a timely reminder that it is important to get a head start on scheduling that dream vacation to guarantee great adventures. Travel expert and award-winning TV host Rachel Rudwall provides suggestions for planning the next family trip.

SAVING ON ACCOMMODATIONS

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STAY CONNECTED & PROTECTED

Most people cannot go anywhere without a smartphone. It has everything including GPS, phone, camera, contacts and often tickets and reservations, which is why Rachel never goes on the road without OtterBox. Get ready for travels with cases and power products from OtterBox. They have a case to keep everyone in the family protected and charged up with a full line of power products. Find all of these cases and more at Verizon.com or your local Verizon store.

PREPARE FOR UNEXPECTED TRAVEL PROBLEMS

When planning travel, unexpected events can happen, that is why it is important to have travel insurance. Allianz Travel Insurance can give the peace of mind to fully enjoy and protect trips from unexpected cancellations, delays and more. Buying travel insurance is the best way to protect a travel investment and be reimbursed for covered cancellations, significant travel delays, baggage issues and even medical emergencies. Look for Allianz Travel Insurance when booking with most major airlines, hotels, cruise lines and travel agents. For more information, visit www.allianztravelinsurance.com.

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WARM UP THIS WINTER

With warm sunshine and a Boricua spirit that cannot be matched, Puerto Rico is the perfect destination for that next vacation and it is quick and easy to reach. The daily sunshine and a Boricua spirit make it the perfect destination for a winter trip. There are about 80 daily nonstop flights from 23 U.S. markets to Puerto Rico, which makes it easy to enjoy the many unique adventures. Also, since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory, U.S. citizens do not need a passport to reach this paradise destination. For more information, visit www.DiscoverPuertoRico.com.

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