Thursday, May 17, 2012

It's Better in The Bahamas, Traveling with Kids, and Fishing Fun!

So, you want to travel to one of the Family Islands in The Bahamas. If traveling by air, there are many options—private charter, shared charter, regular airline, seaplane and more. This week special call-in guest Matthew Holliday, Vice-President of Marketing and sales of Silver Airways, will let listeners know more about "his" airline, Silver Airways (a newly formed company evolving from the old Gulfstream International Airlines based in Ft. Lauderdale) and the company's increased focus on the Family Islands.

Heck, anyone can fly to Nassau or Grand Bahama but what’s the best way to fly to Governor’s Harbour. Eleuthera, Treasure Cay, Abaco or Bimini?  Talkin’ Tourism has a lot of questions for Matthew, including what kind of planes does the company use, are there any specials and promotions happening right now that might fuel "island fever?" So whether you “fly to the boat”, fly to a "second home” or simply seek some quality time “on island,” you won't want to miss this segment.

Although summer will soon arrive, there are still flocks of visitors headed this way. Talkin' Tourism host Gary Guertin has acquired some great statistics from AAA Auto Club South about what to expect for summer travel. We promise you'll find the facts very interesting!

Do your summer plans involve traveling with young children? We'll have a few tips that'll help your journey be smooth sailing all the way.

There are still more summer fishing tournaments headed our way, and we'll have representatives from one of those---the Treasure Coast Builders Association Annual Memorial Weekend Fishing Tournament---in the studio to outline all the fun of this very popular Treasure Coast tradition.

And if that's not enough, there will be lots of other great info in this show, as well as a special offer the ladies in our audience may want to take advantage of, so listen in!

The fun begins at 10:05 a.m. tomorrow (Friday, May 18). Catch the show on radio at WPSL 1590 AM or on your favorite Internet browser at

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