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The Joys of Summer

August 13, 2007 By: Ruthanne Terrero Travel Agent

I nearly started this column by saying that it's time to wrestle out of the doldrums of summer to prepare for the busy Fall months ahead, but really, does business ever slow down anymore? I haven't spoken to anyone lately who said they can't wait for things to pick up again; if anything, people are working harder than ever, ramping up with new projects, making acquisitions or integrating those that have already been executed. Ruthanne Terrero

But still, it's pleasant to insist on a time out and take
advantage of the traditional joys summer does bring. In Manhattan, it means being able to visit the Farmers
Markets throughout the city. We have one around the corner that's open every
Wednesday. For me, that means stocking up on about 10 or so ears of white corn,
which—trust me—is tough to drag home from work, but in the end, is all too
worth it.

Another joy of summer is being able to work with interns who
want to learn about the travel industry. We recently worked with the Academy of
Travel & Tourism, which introduced us to Jessica Felipe. Although she was
with us for just a short time, we taught her all we could about what we do at
Travel Agent magazine. If you have the chance to meet up with this dynamic
young woman, either next summer or after she graduates from high school,
consider yourselves to be fortunate. She is one of travel's future rising stars.

Ruthanne Terrero, CTC
EDITORIAL DIRECTOR [email protected]

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