With the help of a third-party tool, we were able to reach our subscribers with dynamic trips within 1-hr, 3-hr, and 5-hr driving distance to each individual. In response to the pandemic, we recognize that air travel may continue to be a risky venture, especially for an older demographic. This email aims to promote ways they can explore and travel the great outdoors with Road Scholar without having to board a plane when they are ready to resume travel!
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