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AAA working on 'niche' traveling options

PHOENIX -- Taking a vacation can be a great experience, but getting stuck on a tour and visiting uninteresting sights is not, and that's why Triple-A Arizona has come up with a new type of vacationing experience: Niche traveling.

"We've seen that people really want to make sure that they're getting the most out of their vacations, so they're looking for a really unique opportunity," Amy Moreno, senior product manager for travel at Triple-A Arizona said.

Moreno said they've created a new travel program called Travel Experiences, which are theme-focused trips aimed at giving vacationers a specialized travel opportunity.

"(These are) different types of trips, like food and wine, [that] we have off the beaten path for active lifestyle people," Moreno said. "We've got spa and wellness, and we even have trips just for ladies called Today's Traveling Women," Moreno said.

The themes will tailor the focus of the trip, such as where a traveler will go and the things they will see and do. For example, a food and wine trip may include spending time in Italy, France or California visiting wineries and specialty restaurants.

Moreno said Triple-A can uniquely tailor the trips for people, based on how long they want to travel for or what specific things they would like to do.

She added that in the near future, Triple-A will be introducing more theme trips, such as golf getaways and luxury escapes.

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A southern California native, Mark Remillard began working in radio in 2010 while in community college as a host of late night and weekend programming for publicly supported 88.5 FM KSBR. While working through college, Mark also interned for the Bill Handel Radio Program at Los Angeles' KFI AM640, where he began his work in journalism. Mark moved to Arizona in August 2012 to finish his bachelor's degree at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and graduated in August 2014. Mark began working as a reporter for KTAR in November 2012.

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