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Agent Spotlight - Stacy


Where do you call home? Sunny and warm San Antonio, Texas!

Are you married? Yes, for 13 wonderful years

Any children? I have 1 daughter and 3 sons (it's a crazy life but I wouldn't have it any other way!)

Favorite vacation destination? Walt Disney World followed closely by the Caribbean

Favorite Walt Disney World Resort? Beach Club! I love the proximity to EPCOT as well as Stormalong Bay.

Favorite Walt Disney World attraction? Living with the Land.  I am a gardener so I love getting fun ideas for new ways to grow fruits and veggies.



Favorite Disney restaurant? Morimoto, Kona Cafe, or the Boathouse for sure! I'm excited to try all the new restaurants opening in Disney Springs too!!

Favorite Disney snack? Mickey Bars and Dole Whip Floats

Wishes, Fantasmic or IllumiNations? Wishes for sure

Favorite Disney Souvenir? Probably either one of my many Christmas Ornaments or my Tinker Bell coffee mug


Earliest Disney vacation memory? I remember performing with my High School Band and Choir in EPCOT

Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland or Walt Disney World? That's a tough one! Probably Disney Cruise Line.  I get the Disney magical experience while also enjoying some much needed relaxation during at sea days.

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes? Watching my kids meet their favorite characters for the first time

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World? Japan, New York City, Las Vegas, Washington DC, St Thomas, St Maarten, Cozumel, Cayman Islands, Branson, Chicago, New Hampshire, all over Texas and the Midwest and probably many more places that I am forgetting about.

Favorite TV Show? Top Chef, any of the Samantha Brown travel shows, and Big Bang Theory- BAZINGA!

Favorite Movie? The American President and The Little Mermaid

Favorite Color? Blue or Pink


Favorite Book? That's a tough one!! I absolutely love to read so I don't know if I can pick just one.

If you had to pick another job besides being a travel agent, what would you do? Prior to being an agent I was a Special Events Planner and that would be my other choice job :)

Let Stacy help your family plan the perfect vacation! 

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