23
Oct-2019

Who Is Plumeria Breezes Travel?

Plumeria Breezes Travel is a one-woman operation, I thought I would take a moment to tell you about me and my agency, I am a mom of 2 adult children and 1 new grandson that is a month old, I’ve been married for 26 years and have a mini dachshund. I have always put family first, I love having my parents close and I also take care of my 80-year-old uncle, at the moment I go see him almost daily and make sure he is eating well and spend time with him at some point I will have to be there more so I have set up office space with wifi at his house. Having a flexible schedule is super important to me I love my job and my clients and I am very fortunate to be part of this community.

In 2017 I saw a need in the community and became the Event-Lead for the Relay for Life of Skagit it has been one of the most rewarding things ever! We are saving lives by spreading cancer awareness and raising money for rides to treatment, 24 hr hotline for anyone with questions about cancer, groundbreaking research and so much more. I am also the Membership Director at the Sedro-Woolley Chamber of Commerce and love it.

Some days my day is like: early part of the day at running a table at a Health Fair sharing information about cancer with our local Chamber of Commerce, in the afternoon, head to Seattle and met with a sales rep from a company like Lush Experiences where I learn about 4 & 5-star properties all over Europe and the Caribbean, the traffic can be horrible but it so worth it! I love learning about new places and products to offer my clients.

If you stop in and I’m not at the office please shoot me a text or give me a call, sometimes I am just around the corner or in Clear Lake and can get in real quick, other times, of course, I could be in Seattle or babysitting my adorable grandson but I can always schedule an appointment to see you.

I just want to say thank you to the amazing community for helping me grow my business.

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