New app aims to help agents share their familiarization travel experiences: Travel Weekly

Two travel consultants have teamed up to create My family tripa web-based application that allows advisors to document and share their familiarization travel experiences.

Stephanie Cavelli from My favorite travel agent in Massillon, Ohio, and Rochelle Zemke of Zemke Tourist attractions in Fridley, Minnesota, the counselors behind My Fam Trip were on a familiarization trip in 2017 with 15 other counselors when they noticed how “awkward and confusing” it was for everyone to document their experience. Each had different methods and it took hours to organize the information learned once they got home.

Two travel consultants – Stephanie Cavelli, left, and Rochelle Zemke – created the My Fam Trip app after sharing a similar experience trying to document a familiarization trip they were on. Photo credit: My Familiarization Trip

They decided to solve the problem together, which led to the creation of My Fam Trip.

The service can be accessed via a phone, laptop or other device with an internet connection. In the app, Advisors can enter their familiarization trip notes and photos, store all details, automatically generate familiarization reports for themselves or to share, message clients and more.

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According to Cavelli and Zemke, one of My Fam Trip’s most important features is the ability to automatically watermark images on the go.

“Our goal has always been to create something that helps travel experts use their time well and translate their family experiences into real, generated income,” Cavelli said in a statement. “We want to eliminate frustration and help them grow their business.”

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Advisors can subscribe to the service for $25 for 30 days or $99 for one year.

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