Traveling Through Dubai and Escaping Egypt

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  1. Mark says:

    Edwin –

    Because most of our clients are mature travelers, we have been able to dodge most of the recession bullet. Older folks didn’t generally have jobs to olose and their homes are often paid for, so their financial situation is less open to fluctuation.

    Having said that, we went from being modestly profitable to break even the last 24 months. But isn’t that the new normal?

    And we have had room in our budget for new ventures like the Travel Guys radio show, which is bound to be a gentle business builder in the long run.

    We are lucky, in our business, to have a wonderful relationship with our clients, and they have remained extremely loyal during up and down times. For my 31 years in business, I’ve been very fortunate to have a job that involves finding and taking people to interesting and wonderful places. That alone is such an incredible way to spend life’s journey, the $$$, while important, have become sorta secondary. That might sound a little corny, but it’s true.


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