Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go Vice President Embraces Change in the Travel Industry for 2014

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Travel To Go VP, Tommy Middaugh proactively seeks ways to deliver customer satisfaction and make a mark in the travel industry.

Travel To Go, a leader in vacation fulfillment, is constantly adapting to changes in the travel industry in order to continue growing and offering some of the highest quality travel services in the industry.

Travel To Go is an industry-leader when it comes to vacation fulfillment. Serving more than 60,000 members, the family-run Travel To Go continues to change and adapt to maintain growth and success in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go Vice President is proud to share that the company has overcome the hardships of the financial crisis to offer better products, better service and better savings than ever before.

Through its offerings of incredible destinations and luxury accommodations around the world, Travel To Go provides members with a number of incredible travel options at any time of year. Travel To Go prides itself on its ability to constantly evolve and meet its members’ ever-changing travel wants and needs.

“Businesses of all sizes have to make internal changes to adapt to the many external changes that are part of our ever-changing world,” said Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go. “Business is an ever-changing entity, and to be successful at it, one must be willing to accept that change and adapt accordingly. Travel To Go is a firm believer in this concept, and as such, it has made some changes to its operations.”

Tommy Middaugh shares that the company has continued to evolve by adding to its training and business development teams, as well as adjusting organizational structure by introducing specific task teams trained to be specialists in various areas of travel. These areas include resorts, cruises, airlines and excursions.These new task teams have increased knowledge in their areas and provide members with enhanced customer support when they utilize Travel To Go to book their next vacation.

“One of the most significant changes has been the travel behavior of consumers,” said Jeanette Bunn, president and CEO of Travel To Go. “They have become more spontaneous by booking vacations much closer to their travel date than before, and are more conscious of deals and discounts.”

Travel To Go has been providing world-class accommodations in the vacation and travel industry for almost 25 years, and maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. For more details on Travel To Go’s membership options, as well as more information on the world-class vacation destinations accessible through the provider, visit http://www.traveltogo.com/.

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Tommy Middaugh Salutes Combat Vets

Tommy Middaugh with Marine Rider

Tommy Middaugh Executive Vice President for Travel To Go has always been active in community efforts and charitable events in the Las Vegas area. The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association recently received a special work of art from renowned artist Shaylen Gould. The CVMA Las Vegas chapter 41-1 have been serving the community for many years. Not only have they raised money over the past holidays for underprivileged kids in the Las Vegas area, but they have also fought and served our country.

Tommy Middaugh and Travel To Go have always encouraged philanthropic efforts. Most recently the CVMA joined Tommy Middaugh in an event called Wreaths Across America. It’s important that we raise awareness to make sure that our vets are taken care of. They served our country and now it’s time to take care of them. We need to make sure we don’t forget what these men and women have gone through when asked to serve their country. Sometimes small things like donating a painting to these fine upstanding citizens is all it takes to show that you care. Tommy Middaugh knows that it is an honor and privilege to be associated with an exceptional group such as these fine gentlemen.

Tommy Middaugh and Travel To Go have been successful in the travel business providing vacations to families for many years. Travel To Go has been in business for 25 years and part of that dedication to sending families on vacation is doing what you can when you can for your community. We encourage others to help support our veterans and troops any way they can.

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Tommy Middaugh Travel to Go Provides Tips for Hawaiian Vacations

Enjoy the beauty of Kauai on your next vacation.

Tommy Middaugh of Travel to Go  is always ready to offer members the best advice to enjoy a vacation experience that you will never forget in the most beautiful area of America: the Hawaiian Islands. Whether members want to travel to exotic Caribbean landscapes, Alaskan wilderness or the natural settings of cities like Vancouver, Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go  knows how to design the best travel plans for you and your family to enjoy a holiday experience in spectacular North American destinations and now he will offer you the best suggestions for a beautiful trip in Hawaii.

Kauai Valley in Hawaii is the most beautiful sites of the island of Kauai according to Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go Vice President and is accessible by kayak or through the Kauai trail. Kauai’s beautiful Isle valley surrounded by green cliffs and azure waters of the Pacific keeps the tourist mesmerized with its natural beauty. Kauai’s glorious landscape, isolation, and wild nature makes it a getaway heaven for hikers, kayakers, and outdoor addicts.

Tommy Middaugh  of Travel to Go also says that about one million visitors enjoy a holiday in Kauai, Hawaii, every year. Tourists can make a real difference to keep it as unspoiled and intact as possible by treating the fragile island with respect and following the guidelines and enjoying a soulful hiking experience in beautiful Kauai Valley. Stay hydrated, as you should never underestimate the amount of water your body needs. While hiking in Kauai’s tropical heat, staying hydrated will help to prevent unnecessary accidents.

Venturing deep into heart of the Hawaiian landscape can surely be an experience of a lifetime, but make sure you have the all the essentials to make the experience more enjoyable says Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go.  Tourists need to tread lightly in Kauai’s fragile environment, and can wearing lightweight rubber sandals just as its locals do to ensure that they are  comfortable. Lightweight, waterproof shoes are the best footwear to enjoy and explore the paradise of Kauai.

To have an understanding of the history of the area tourist need to join in on an art tour says Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go Executive Vice President. During the tour, you get to stop in art museums, galleries, and shops, spend an afternoon in coffee shops and get a feel of the place while watching the ocean. You may even spot whales or other marine life passing by. This is the perfect way to end your trip on a high note.

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Packing Smarter with Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go

Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go shares smart packing tips.

Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go shares smart packing tips.

Figuring out how to pack all the things necessary for a vacation can be a difficult task for many travelers says Tommy Middaugh, Executive Vice President of Travel To Go. The goal is always to use the least amount of luggage, as not having a car taken up by several bags, or having to wheel giant pieces of luggage through the airport, is usually more convenient. With so much to bring, it can seem impossible to get it in only a small amount of luggage.

Here are some tips shared by Tommy Miidaugh of Travel To Go to pack a bit smarter so that you only need a few pieces of luggage.

If it’s a family trip, try packing clothes for two people in the same bag. This is especially helpful if smaller children are in the family as their clothes will take up much less space, allowing the older members of the family more room to store their clothes. This way, just one bag can be used to pack a big bulk of the necessities for two people.

Make use of carry-on bags. Putting smaller things like phone chargers, and other necessities can save room in the bigger bags, thus allowing you to pack more in the other bags. Though carry-ons are small, they can be helpful with transporting the smaller things that couldn’t fit in the bigger bags.

Consider designating one bag for everyone’s toiletries. Though toiletries are usually fairly small, it can still take up a big portion of a suitcase that could be used for something else. Designating one bag for everyone’s toiletries would help with clearing the clutter from the other pieces of luggage and making room for other necessities.

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Tips for Flying like a Pro from Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go

When you ae preparing for upcoming vacations, you should always be sure to plan ahead. Doing so will help you make sure that every moment of your vacation experience is carried out perfectly. One of the most difficult points of any trip, Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go Vice President knows, is planning the flight and time in the airport to be easy and enjoyable. If you want to improve your flight experiences, try these tips.

How to Fly with Ease this Fall from Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go from Tommy Middaugh
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