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The “Meet, Plan, Go!” Extended Travel Event is 10/18/11!

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Want to change someone’s life… including yours? Help them learn how to travel the world for a long time, affordably.

How? By inviting them to the “Meet, Plan, Go!” events happening in 17 cities around North America tomorrow, 10/18/11!

This is my second year coordinating the Boston chapter of MPG (click here for tickets), and here’s what we have in store for you this year, you lucky ducks:

100 wonderful, travel-loving people in a private section of a downtown Boston restaurant.

A panel discussion with 6 expert career-break travelers explaining how they planned their trip, and how you can, too.

Breakout session small-group discussions at 7 different stations where you can speak with the career-break travel experts who can best answer your specific travel questions.

Fabulous mingling time, giveaway prizes, and a list of concrete resources you can continue to draw from as your dream trip becomes a reality.

Tempted? Know a friend whose life could change as a result of this event? Send them to this link to get their tickets before they’re sold out!

My friend Angel in front of the State House and tour bus.
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Fiona Phie

Wednesday 7th of December 2011

This is an advertisements for your students right :D

Jason Zou

Tuesday 18th of October 2011

Who came up with the idea that you had to be 21 to do stuff ? Is it because when you turn 21, you are all of a suddenly more important?

John D. Wilson

Tuesday 18th of October 2011

Golly, if it wasn't so far away from Nicaragua, I'd attend. But, alas, rain, floods and such will keep me here for a bit. Have a great time! Cheers, John D. Wilson

Jason Zou

Monday 17th of October 2011

So what do you have to do to join?


Monday 17th of October 2011

Tickets are on sale at , but unfortunately for 7th graders, the restaurant does not let in anyone under 21! In a few more years, Jason!

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