Travel show presenter Colleen Kelly launches travel club

Tuesday, 11 Jul, 2022 0

PBS’s Family Travel with Colleen Kelly TV show has launched the Colleen Kelly Travel Club 

It offers viewers a chance to follow her family travels from the show with discounted flights, hotels, cruises, attractions and more.

Kelly;s popular PBS show reaches over 94% of the country, sharing with viewers the best spots for family travel in the US and abroad.

The Colleen Kelly Travel Club travel booking platform is free to members, while it says $9.95/month premium membership can help families save up to 60% off travel.

“With travel prices skyrocketing I’m so excited to be able to launch my travel club,” said Kelly.

“With the discounts available families won’t have to forgo the annual summer vacation”

It is a full-service travel booking platform for hotel, destination, car, and air products

The premium membership offers an expanded product offering with exclusive deals.

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