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National Travel and Tourism Week
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This year's National Travel and Tourism Week features the first-ever U.S. Travel Rally Day on Tuesday, May 12. On that day, cities across the country will unite to make a bold statement about the power of travel. Over 40 cities throughout the U.S. have exciting Travel Rally Day activities planned and Kelly Schultz from the New Orleans CVB will join Traveln On Radio to discuss their activities and the important travel plays in the revitalization of New Orleans economy. Then, Randi Thompson, CEO of KidSave International, will join Tonya & Ian to talk about her organizations global mission to ensure that no orphan or foster child is forgotten and that every child grows up in a family with love and hope for a successful future.
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New Orleans & U.S. Travel Rally Day
Kelly Schultz from the New Orleans CVB joins Ian and Tonya talks about some of the events her city has planned for US Travel Rally Day and National Travel and Tourism week. She also explains what tourism means to New Orleans, and also has information on a new tourist district they are working on near the Superdome.
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Kidsave International
Randi Thompson is on a mission to save our worlds children. As CEO and founder of KidSave International, her goal is to ensure that no orphan or foster child is forgotten. This misson has taken her across the globe, from Russia to Columbia. Learn more in this fascinating interview
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Traveln On Travels On!
Tonya and Ian tell you about some of the exciting shows and destinations they will be visiting in the near future, as well as how you can become part of the adventure.
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Learn More About Kidsave
Kidsave gives kids who are hidden from public view in foster care and orphanages the opportunity to visit with families and build relationships. We work as a catalyst for change, training social workers, orphanage workers and volunteers to help kids find permanent families, and change practices, laws and public financing to increase permanent family care for orphans and youth in foster care.