Marcia Forman And Knowing How To Get Answers

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Marcia at the Taj Mahal.

The Value Of Asking

When a Virtuoso travel advisor doesn't know an answer directly, they know who to ask.

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Virtuoso traveler Marcia Forman came to work with her advisor, Phoenix-based Judi Glass, the way many travelers get connected with advisors: through a referral from friends. In Marcia’s case, a vacation with some friends from Delaware had been coordinated by Judi. They came to know each other, and Judi began planning Marcia’s trips. In the years since, Marcia has traveled on several cruises and other adventures, in Myanmar, India, London, South America, and more.

"What I like about working with Judi is that she knows how to get answers," says Marcia. "She's very upfront; if she doesn't know the answer to a question, she will find a way to get the answer, or know who to contact to find out. She's honest and forthright."

Many Virtuoso travelers report feeling the same way about their advisor, such as the Swinks of Tucson, Arizona.

"When I've traveled using my advisor's help," says Marcia, "everything always seems done for me at every property. There's never anything I could want. It's all there. I feel very well taken care of."

If you'd be interested in speaking with a Virtuoso advisor for the same peace of mind, click below to connect.

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