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    Travel? We Want to Hear Your Stories. Be On-The-Go with Jonathan Paul

    Have a great travel story? Jonathan Paul Fitovers wants to help you tell it.

    Have you always wanted to tell the world about your vacation? Our friends at Jonathan Paul Fitovers are searching for a travel correspondent to highlight this month. The winner will be featured on AGEIST as well as Jonathan Paul’s travel blog. This is your moment. You know you have a great story, and you know you have been wanting to tell it to the world.

    Travel is a wonderful mind-expanding activity. When we see something new, we stretch our idea of what is possible. Maybe we do it alone on a solo adventure, maybe we do it with our families every summer, or maybe we are reconnecting with a group of good friends. Travel makes new memories — something that we will have forever.

    Travel Essentials Prize Kit May Vary, Minimum $350 MSRP

    When we return, we are able to share our travel stories, our tips and foibles with others who weren’t there with us. When we are able to broadcast our stories, even more people gain from our experiences.

    Send us your experiences. We want to learn from what you did and where you were.

    Enter to become an On-The-Go with Jonathan Paul correspondent.

    The phrase On-The-Go can deliver any number of images in the mind’s eye — any combination of visceral reactions. For most, it is a hurried train whistle of excitement, the all aboard to adventure. It is the announcement that we’re clear for takeoff and that we need to put our seats in their upright positions. It is the zip of a suitcase, the hum of street lights and din of traffic.

    From affordable staycations to extravagant vacations, weekend road trips or daily commutes, On-The-Go with Jonathan Paul® is a celebration of both journey and destination.

    Each month, Jonathan Paul will announce one winner, selected as the brand’s Official Travel Correspondent. Winners will receive a host of great gear and travel essentials from Jonathan Paul and other industry-leading brands, as well as being featured in a monthly travel blog post.

    We are really looking forward to reading about all your travels. Enter here. 

    This post was thoughtfully sponsored by Jonathan Paul Fitovers.

    David Stewart
    David Stewart
    David is the founder and face of AGEIST. He is an expert on, and a passionate champion of the emerging global over-50 lifestyle. A dynamic speaker, he is available for panels, keynotes and informational talks at david@agei.st.
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