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Agent Spotlight - Ashley


Get to know Agent Ashley in this week's Agent Spotlight

Name: Ashley Lehman
Kingdom Konsultant Travel

Find me on
Facebook: @ashleykingdomkonsultant
Instagram: @vacationsbyashley

I specialize in... Walt Disney World Resort, Disney Cruise Line, Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Disneyland Resort, Universal Orlando Resort

Where do you call home? Cary, North Carolina but I’m originally from Gaithersburg, Maryland

What was your dream job when you were 10 years old? Art Teacher

Why did you become a travel agent? I’m a planner by nature and love everything Disney. When I realized that I could share my passion for planning Disney vacations, I knew I needed to become a travel agent!
Ashley and family on Disney Cruise Line

Favorite vacation destination? Walt Disney World but Disney Cruise Line is a very close second.

This or that:
  • Monorail or Skyliner: Monorail
  • Mickey pretzel or Mickey ice cream: Mickey pretzel
  • Star Wars or Avatar: Star Wars
  • Rollercoaster or dark ride: Rollercoaster
  • Flower and Garden Festival or Food and Wine Festival: As much as I love food, I have to go with the Flower and Garden Festival
Disney Favorites:
  • Park? Magic Kingdom (Gotta go with the original)
  • Disney Resort? Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
  • Disney snack? Croissant Donut
  • Nighttime spectacular? Happily Ever After
  • Souvenir? Christmas ornament
Earliest Disney vacation memory? I remember staying at Disney’s Contemporary Resort and riding the monorail non-stop. I can’t go to Walt Disney World now without riding the monorail or my trip doesn’t feel complete!
Ashley and family on Disney Cruise Line

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes? ​Watching Happily Ever After with my family. The whole thing is just so magical! Getting to see the excitement and wonder in my kids’ eyes while watching the fireworks, projections and Tinkerbell fly across the sky, gets me every time. Disney really knows how to pull at your heartstrings!

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World? Most of the East Coast of the United States from Massachusetts to Florida, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and Texas. Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Nassau, Bahamas, Falmouth, Jamaica, Melbourne, Australia.

A bit more about you:
  • Favorite TV Show? ​Seinfeld and The Office
  • Favorite Color? Blue
  • Favorite Book? The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
  • Favorite Quote? “Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” - Walt Disney
  • Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff

Let Ashley help your family plan the perfect vacation!

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