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Agent Spotlight - Angie


Get to know Angie in this week's Agent Spotlight!

Name: Angie Harrington

I specialize in ALL things Disney and Universal but also book travel for all inclusive and other cruise lines.

I live in a suburb of Des Moines, Iowa.

Dream Job? When I was 10 years old, my dream job was being a teacher. 
Why did I become a travel agent? I became a travel agent because Disney and traveling has brought so much joy to my life and I want others to experience that too.  Disney can be overwhelming and often times people avoid it because of the planning involved.  I love to help people plan and enjoy their vacation time instead of being worried and stressed.

My favorite vacation destination is a Disney Cruise.  My favorite island is Castaway Cay!

This or that:
  • Monrail or Skyliner: Monorail
  • Mickey Ice Cream or Mickey Pretzel: Mickey Pretzel
  • Avatar or Star Wars: Star Wars
  • Dark Ride or Rollercoaster: Rollercoaster
  • Flower and Garden or Food and Wine: Food and Wine
Disney Favorites:
  • Park: Epcot
  • Resort: Polynesian
  • Nighttime spectacular: Whatever is going on at MK, I love the fireworks behind the castle!
  • Restaurant: Very hard to chose, but I’ll go with California Grill
  • Disney snack: Mickey Pretzel or Dole Whip

Earliest Disney Vacation memory? Going with my parents in the 80’s and buying the largest stuffed Mickey and Minnie I could find!  They each got their own seat on the airplane on our way home.  Luckily it wasn’t a full flight😀

Disney experience that brings tears to my eyes? Watching my kids fall in love with Disney the way my husband and I have. Seeing the magic in their eyes as a toddler and seeing their love of Disney vacations grow as they grow.

Extra travel: WDW, DL, DCL, Universal Studios, Royal Caribbean, Hawaii, San Diego, Niagra Falls, lots of Florida Beaches and fun family spots in the USA.

A bit more about me:
  • Favorite Color: Purple
  • Favorite Food: Pizza
  • Favorite Sports Team: Green Bay Packers
  • Favorite Hobby: Traveling, Swimming, and football
  • Favorite Quote: It's kind of fun to do the impossible -Walt Disney


Please contact me with questions at angie@kingdomkonsultant.com

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