Skiing on a Budget? No Problem!
Taking a trip doesn’t always have to be expensive and furthermore, just because it isn’t expensive doesn’t mean that it will be diminished in any way. A cover story for the Vail Trail Weekly recently caught my eye. The article entitled, “Flashy vs. Frugal” compares the prices of vacationing in the Vail area of Colorado and makes a big case for a product like what we offer here at Sundance Vacations.
Check out this recent comparison between a no limits trip and a budget trip to Colorado for skiing, it certainly will put into perspective why anyone would have to save money to go on a vacation. Luckily, Sundance Vacations offers a number of great destinations at affordable prices. This means the hardest decision you will need to make is where you want to go. Read the full article on our blog here ———->”Flashy vs Frugal Ski Vacations? How About Affordable Instead?”
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Tina is a graduate from Kutztown University with a BS in Education. In addition to her change leadership Tina also enjoys serving as the Chief Editor of the company’s corporate newsletter, “The Owl”. She shares her extensive travel experience and advice on both the Sundance Vacations blog and Facebook on a regular basis.
Although her schedule is sometimes jam packed with family activities she still finds opportunities to volunteer her time and leadership to various charities. She currently serves as Vice President for Family Promise of Carbon County, an organization serving homeless children and their families in that area. She also chairs the Fund Development team for that organization and plans several major fundraising events each year. The Dowd family generously supports many charities including St. Vincent DePaul Soup kitchen, Wyoming Valley Children’s Association, Volunteers of America, the Wyoming Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross and many others. She is a member of the Luzerne Foundation Millennium Circle. Tina is also a former board member for the Northeast Pennsylvania Better Business Bureau and the Lehighton Area School District. Mrs. Dowd loves traveling, and her favorite vacation destination is where she and husband John Dowd spent their honeymoon, Maui, Hawaii.