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Travel To Go Explains the Top Business Travel Mistakes To Avoid in 2013

Travel To Go provides tips to business travelers about the most common mistakes that can easily be avoided.

Las Vegas, Nevada--- Travel To Go knows that people in a rush often make mistakes, and it is no surprise that when traveling across the country for a last-minute business meeting or event, people tend to forget things. Whether it`s forgetting to pack something or basic travel etiquette tips, Travel To Go has travelers covered so that their business travels go as smoothly as possible.

  • Tipping. One of the most common mistakes that business travelers make is that they fail to tip regularly or properly. The concept of tipping is one that varies from traveler to traveler. Each person uses his or her own percentage figure, but one aspect of tipping is universal: the better the tip is, the better the service is. From servers to attendants, a good tip goes a long way towards preferable treatment. However, Travel To Go advises against making a spectacle of giving someone a tip, as it unnecessary and could be seen as tactless.

  • Remember Names. Beyond tipping well, Travel To Go suggests that business travelers use service attendants` names when communicating with them. Regardless of how rushed a traveler is, they will only have to deal with that attendant once. However, that attendant deals with dozens of likeminded travelers every day. A traveler that goes out of their way to remember a name is one they then will remember. Personalizing interactions can really brighten an employee`s day

  • Rewards Points. Many travelers are wary of "gold" or "elite" programs that accumulate those points or credits based on how much a service is used. If a traveler knows that the program is legitimate, and if they will be using those services frequently, signing up for them is good idea. Even if one flight out of thirty is half off, money is still saved. Utilizing one brand or service repeatedly can result in the staff becoming familiar with the traveler, and if the previous two tips are followed, the service is sure to be fantastic.

Travel To Go also recommends that travelers prepare a "quick grab" back for last minute traveling. Similar to what is suggested people have for house fires or expecting parents, a quick-grab bag is a ready-to-go bag that contains the majority of what a person would need should they need to quickly set out on a flight. These bags should contain items like socks, underwear, shirts, toiletries, back-up glasses, phone chargers, and anything else that a person deems is necessary. At the end of each trip, it is suggested that the traveler take inventory and re-stock up on any items needed.

Travel To Go is an industry-leading company that can get their members to where they want to visit, while providing them is great discounts along the way. Find out why Travel To Go is one of the best in the industry and become a member today.



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