AARP Announces Collaboration With

AARP has announced a collaboration with, a social media platform that allows members to meet other travelers and local members in their own cities. In addition to expanding their personal and professional networks, members can connect with new friends for conversations, dinner parties, rounds of golf and other local activities.

Bradley Schurman, senior advisor at AARP, said, “AARP continuously looks for new ways to add value and offer unique opportunities for our members, our relationship with Tripping has the potential to bring together our nearly 40 million members in a fun social way.”

Tripping’s CEO and co-founder, Jen O’Neal, said, “To say that we are excited to be working with AARP is tremendous understatement. As an organization geared towards advocacy and independence, AARP has taken a leadership role in offering a social travel platform to their members. We’re looking forward to working together with AARP to bring cultural exchange and broadened horizons to their members, both at home overseas.”


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