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Agent Spotlight - Aubrey


Get to know Agent Aubrey in this week's Agent Spotlight.

Name: Aubrey Cooper
Kingdom Konsultant Travel

Find me on
Facebook: @aubreyKingdomKonsultant

I specialize in… Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort, Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland

Where do you call home? Asheville, NC

What was your dream job when you were 10 years old? I've always dreamed of being a musical theatre performer

Why did you become a travel agent? I love traveling and I love helping people. Specifically, I've always loved helping people with their trips to Walt Disney World. I've always been the person my friends and family would come to for planning help. I just want to help make everyone's trip as magical as all my memories have been!

Favorite vacation destination? I love cruises! It's so nice to hit multiple destination with one vacation.

This or that: 
  • Mickey pretzel or Mickey ice cream: Ice Cream 
  • Star Wars or Avatar: STAR WARS!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
  • Tomorrowland or Fantasyland: Fantasyland. Man, that was a tough call... 
  • Roller coaster or dark ride: Roller Coaster 
  • Rope drop or close down the park: Close down the park. Try as I may, I've only made rope drop one time. LOL 
Disney Favorites:
  • Disney attraction? How can I pick just one?!?! Hmmm....Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is always a winner. 
  • Disney restaurant? 'Ohana 
  • Disney snack? Caramel Fleur de Sel Ice Cream fro L'Artisan Glaces in the France pavillion and DOLE WHIP of course! (not a float though. Just the soft-serve) 
  • Photo spot? I love to take pics on the teacups at Mad Hatter Tea Party. And, of course, in front of Cinderella Castle and Spaceship Earth will always be a prime photo spot for us. 
  • Character? Pluto 

Earliest Disney vacation memory? My dad taking me to meet a penguin from Mary Poppins when I was 3. 

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes? I used to always tear up during Wishes.

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World? St John, USVI, Chicago, Washington D.C., various Florida beaches, Pigeon Forge. My kids are still young, so we keep most travel to WDW these days.

A bit more about you:
  • Favorite TV Show? NCIS, Survivor, Doctor Who
  • Favorite Hobby? baking
  • Favorite Color? purple
  • Favorite Book? To Kill a Mockingbird and the Harry Potter Series. Specifically Book #6 (I'm pretty obsessed with Harry Potter. I'm a Hufflepuff, in case you were wondering)
  • Favorite Food? ice cream. and steak. and seafood. and bread. so many foods!

I would love to help you plan your next Disney or Universal vacation. Whether you are traveling with young kids, teenagers, adults only, or multiple generations, I will help you make the most of your trip! 

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