N E W S L E T T E R

February 02, 2008

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Welcome to this week's TravelTalkMEDIA Newsletter

I would like to thank you all for your prayers and kind words during my family's time of great loss. I have heard from so many of you that I am overwhelmed. Thank you.
My sister Marcia was a vibrant part of our lives and the matriarch of our family. She was my number one fan and my best friend. She reminded me that one must never give up our dreams and goals. She was impeccable in looks and style, and a self made woman of independent means. She taught me to work hard and showed me through her example that determination and attitude are key to being successful. My sister leaves her three beautiful children to carry on her dreams of building homes and providing the American dream to families in the area where she and her husband at one time, harvested over 800 tons of grapes. My sister's sweet memory will always be with me and I am so grateful to have had her as the biggest influence of my life.


Marcia DeBerard

                                                    

February 3,  2008 Sunday
LIVE from Virginia Beach

Join us in Virginia Beach this week!
This is TravelTalkRADIO's 6th year celebrating LIVE from the American Bus Association
Marketplace.

This week we are in Virginia Beach with over 3,000 delegates from North American and beyond. This is the kind of group you can't help but love and was the reason I joined the travel industry almost 15 years ago.

The motorcoach industry is filled with Mom and Pop businesses and many are handed down through generations of travel industry experts. Today, the motorcoach industry enjoys more people hopping on buses than both airplanes and trains combined. The American Bus Association, headquartered in Washington DC, works closely for its members with the federal government to make sure safety, security, preparedness, Americans with Disabilities Act, Intermodal Facilities, Axle Weight Exemptions and transit competition are at the forefront.

Thanks for joining us and have a great week.
Safe travels,

Sandy


A Kodak moment while walking the
3 mile boardwalk!


Over 3500 took the plunge into the cold Atlantic Sat Feb 02, 2008 raising nearly $1M for Special Olympics


TravelTalkRADIO broadcasts from  Wickenburg, Arizona at the Gold Rush Days Feb 8 - 10, 2008  


Congratulations to our top 7 interviews of 2007 and to the guests on each of those segments.
We would like to thank our sponsors and the wonderful guests we have had on our program this past year. We had over 350 radio interviews throughout the year and we are excited to offer you the entire year of archives at our directory www.TravelTalkRADIO.com/archives.html


SAAGGI
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Medical Tourism offered responsibly and
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November 1, 2007 San Jose, CA SAAGII, Inc. Healthcare Network announced today a joint agreement with the TravelTalkMEDIA companies of TravelTalkRADIO and TV appointing executive producer and host, Sandy Dhuyvetter, as spokesperson

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Last week on TravelTalkRADIO Sunday January 27, 2008

Sandy welcomed American Bus Association president, PETER PANTUSOSCOTT RAINES, Accessible Travel, and JULIE BROOKS, from Wickenburg Arizona. Sandy's guest host is GREG BAXTER from SuperClubs!
And PATRICK PEARTREE reports on TravelTalkMEDIA activities.

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February 3,  2008 Sunday
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