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Agent Spotlight - Bridget

Where do you call home? I live in Northwest Florida.

Are you married? Yes!

Any children? Yes! Two boys ages 6 and 4

Favorite vacation destination? At this point in my life, Disney World is my favorite place to go because it brings back fond memories of working there and my boys are at such a fun age to go!

Favorite Walt Disney World Resort? I love Coronado Springs because the quick service food is the best, they have a gym, and it is affordable!

Favorite Walt Disney World attraction? Pirates of the Caribbean is something we have to do every time we are there!

Favorite Disney restaurant? Wolfgang Puck at Disney Springs

Favorite Disney snack? Hands down, my Mickey Apple!!!!!!

Wishes, Fantasmic or IllumiNations? Star Wars Galactic Spectacular! Listening to the iconic soundtrack of Star Wars while watching fireworks is perfection!

Favorite Disney Souvenir? My Jack Skellington coffee mug. I use it daily!

Earliest Disney vacation memory? A family trip to Central Florida when I was 6 or 7 and we did Disney World and Kennedy Space Center and I saw the Challenger space shuttle.

Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland or Walt Disney World? Disney World!

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes? Seeing my boys get excited about being at Disney and making memories with them.

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World? I’ve lived on each coast of the US and was born in England on a military base.

Favorite TV Show? Too many to list, but I will name a few… Black Sails, The Walking Dead, The Americans, Breaking Bad, Lost, Stanger Things.

Favorite Movie? Impossible to narrow it down to one, so I will give a short list… Indiana Jones, Star Wars, Forrest Gump, Avatar, Goonies, The Little Mermaid.

Favorite Color? I’ve never really had a favorite color, but I do wear a lot of black with bright colors to accent.

Favorite Book? I’m not a big reader, but I did finish all of The Lord of the Rings and that was a huge accomplishment for me!

If you had to pick another job besides being a travel agent, what would you do? I’ve already had a lot of really fun jobs in exciting locations, like a server/bartender at Disney and Universal, a personal trainer in LA. If I had to choose something else to do, I’d love to work at an awesome resort somewhere fun!!

Let Bridget help your family plan the perfect vacation! 

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