Collette Launches 12-part Series on the Health Benefits of Travel

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Collette is launching a 12-part series centered around the ways that travel is imperative to health and wellbeing.  Airing across CBS Television Stations and hosted by Joan Lunden, the segments, which launch today, are designed to build awareness that travel could enrich the mind, body and healthy being of individuals.

Collette has provided guided travel for over 100 years with trips to all seven continents. The company offers diversified travel styles including small groups, single hotel stays, and faith-based experiences, river cruises and rail journeys. As a family-owned and operated business, we emphasize a focus on our travelers as our personal guests and are dedicated to making the world a better place, through a comprehensive corporate social responsibility platform.

Joan Lunden reported from twenty-six countries, covered five U.S. presidents, five Olympics and three royal weddings. The award winning journalist and best-selling author is now the host of the CBS series Your Health with Joan Lunden in partnership with Collette Travel.

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Collette says Lunden is one of America’s most recognized and trusted television personalities. Americans interact with Lunden every day on her website JoanLunden.com and her social media platforms about health, travel and lifestyle tips, and family and boomer information.

Lunden is also a speaker and media spokesperson, as well as being a mom to seven children.

For more information about Collette, visit www.collette.com/joanlunden

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