In June, I Live in Dallas introduced the Nationwide Meet Plan Go event happening in Dallas on September 14th. If you missed the article in June, be sure and read the stories behind our Veteran Vagabonds that will be hosting the event, and sharing tips and advice on how anyone can experience life-changing travel.
The Dallas Meet Plan Go event will be held on Tuesday September 14th at Snuffer's Restaurant & Bar on Lower Greenville next to The Granada Theatre from 6:30pm-9:00pm.
The Meet Plan Go event will not only be a night of inspiration, motivation, and information to help you start making your dream trip a reality, it will actually give you the opportunity to win a travel adventure. Here are some of the great giveaways that Meet Plan Go is happy to announce:
Gap Adventures: Gap Adventures will be giving away one trip on their "The Inca Journey" tour! This 9-day adventure combines Andean culture, the most famous Inca ruin and the lush Amazon rainforest. Highlights include Cuzco, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, Amazon Rainforest.
GeoVisions: GeoVisions will be giving away two volunteer experiences. One medical volunteer project in Cambodia and the second is a one month volunteer trip to France as part of their Conversation Corps program. All attendees will receive $100 discount off of any GeoVision program! [restrictions will apply]
Hostelling International USA: Hostelling International will be giving away a getaway weekend for 2 at your choice of either New York or Los Angeles/Santa Monica! Enjoy 2 nights shared accommodations | Continental breakfast | A local tour pass (TBA) | A local transportation pass.
There will also be additional giveaways for participants at the Dallas Meet Plan Go event to include video travel guides and an online language learning system. Visit our Sponsor page for complete details on our amazing giveaways!
So, what are you waiting for? Seats are limited and the day is approaching rapidly. Register Now for the the Dallas Meet Plan Go Event. Hope to see you there!
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