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The last week or so has been fun. As most of you know, there was a giveaway here for Globalist Status at Hyatt. I’ve enjoyed seeing your comments and tweets.
I am happy to announce the one winner, but sad that not everyone could win.
I hope that those who followed this blog (and Twitter, and perhaps the Facebook page too) will stick around. I always try to keep the posts interesting, and you are always welcome to chime in with ideas and comments.
If you are new to travel loyalty, travel hacking, credit cards and deals – keep reading and feel free to contact me with any questions. If you are a traveler, who also likes fitness and running – I’d love some input and guest posts. Share your story about a run or race in a new city. Or tell us about your bike tour.
So, without further adieu, the winner is ADAM STERLING from California.
Adam is the author of a blog called Sterling Traveler, and I was interested to read his recent post on All-Inclusive Resorts. He had a lot of insight on the topic. I have a ying-yang feeling about all-inclusives, but honestly, as long as I’m at a hotel where I have access to a lounge (or at least breakfast), I generally prefer to make my own way for dinner. The last time I went to an all-inclusive was about 10 years ago (Dominican Republic).
So, congrats to Adam.
Stay tuned: more giveaways coming soon – including amenity kits, and a cool luggage belt.
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