Memorial Day weekend, known as the unofficial start of the summer season, is one of the busiest weekends for travel. Despite gas prices averaging close to $3 a gallon, a record-breaking number of travelers will be hitting the road. As the long weekend begins, here are some highlights of what to expect. Americans are Ready
With the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, we’re all looking forward to watching the world’s best athletes compete for bronze, silver, and gold medals. So we decided to create our own event for the characters who don’t get much attention: Olympic Mascots. We did some research on each mascot and created an all-mascot event to
As the long weekend begins, we’d like to start by extending our sincere appreciation to all veterans and families of veterans. While this post may be mainly about travel-related topics, we don’t want to lose sight of the true meaning of Memorial Day. Thank you to all for your service and your sacrifices. And now,
Travel insurance expert and InsureMyTrip CEO Jim Grace talks with Pauline Frommer about the misconceptions of the travel insurance industry and tips for travelers. To read the full article, visit Frommers.com.
It’s always a good day in our offices when we can say, definitively, that we’re doing what we set out to do: Give travelers the best customer experience we can provide, so they can confidently navigate the tricky world of travel insurance. It’s not always easy and we’re not always perfect, but that’s the top-of-mind
InsureMyTrip, the nation’s top travel insurance comparison site, was presented with a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Contact Center of the Year (Up to 100 Seats) – Financial Services Industries category in the eighth annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. The Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service are the world’s top sales
Our weekly round-up today is a bit of a potpourri of topics. Ordinarily, we try to stick to a theme — security abroad, for example, or the Olympics. However, travel news this week has been a bit more eccentric than usual (or, possibly, the things that have caught our attention are more varied than usual).
There’s no way to put this delicately: It’s been a scary week for world headlines. While the Olympics continue to wind down in Sochi with a pleasantly surprising lack of security drama (though the effects of that “dangerous face water” on Bob Costas brought a whole different kind of pathos), all is not necessarily quite