In case you missed it, the Associated Press (AP) recently posted a podcast interview with Erika Richter, ASTA's Communications Director, on how travel advisors work and how to find one. The AP has tremendous reach, with teams in over 100 countries and, according to their website, over half the world's population sees their content every day. In the podcast, Erika and AP Travel editor Beth Harpaz cover questions ranging from how advisors earn their money to how they can save consumers money to, most importantly, how do you find a good one?
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