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Agent Spotlight - Bridget


Get to know Bridget in this week's Agent Spotlight

Name
– Bridget Mitre
Kingdom Konsultant Travel

I specialize in – Booking all things Disney, Universal and all Central Florida attractions. I am currently an active duty Army wife and specialize in helping military families go on affordable vacations and spend much needed quality time together. I also book all inclusive resorts, Cruises, and specialized trips, like Scuba Diving and Skiing.

Home is Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

When I was 10 years old, I vowed to dance on stage at Disney World. I did accomplish my goal in high school when I had the opportunity to compete in the UCA Cheerleading Competition held at, what was then called, MGM Studios! The competition was held at the Indiana Jones ride and it was a blast to participate in!

I became a Travel Agent because I love adventure and can live vicariously through my clients having adventures of their own. I find research fun and love looking up exciting things to do in different countries! I have a bucket list as long as my arm and each time a research a destination for a client, I find new places to add to my personal list.

Having been raised as a military child and now a military spouse, I’ve been fortunate to visit and live all over the world. Right now, Orlando is one of my favorite places because I graduated from UCF many years ago and feel at home there. I have 2 young boys and there is so much fun to be had in Orlando.

This or that…
  • Disneyland or Disney World: Disney World
  • Caribbean or Mediterranean: Mediterranean Cruise
  • Mickey or Minnie: Mickey
  • Monorail or Skyliner: Skyliner
  • Mickey Ice Cream or Mickey Pretzel: Mickey Pretzel with cheese
  • Avatar or Star Wars: Star Wars
  • Fantasyland or Tomorrowland: Fantasyland
  • Dark ride or Rollercoaster: Rollercoaster
  • Rope Drop or Stay until close: Close the park!
  • Mickey's Not So Scary or Very Merry Christmas Party: Mickey’s Not So Scary
  • Epcot's Flower and Garden or Food and Wine: Flower and Garden
Disney Favorites:
  • Disney Resort: Port Orleans Riverside
  • Disney Snack: Character apple
  • Nighttime Spectacular: Wishes
  • Character: Jack Skellington
  • Movie: Nightmare Before Christmas
Earliest Disney vacation memory: I was 6 years old and we drove down from Myrtle Beach, SC. I can remember sitting on the curb on Main Street waiting for the afternoon parade to start and it was really hot, lol!

Disney experience that brings tears to my eyes: They don’t have “Wishes” as the nighttime spectacular anymore, but I remember watching one of the last Wishes on Main Street and holding my, then 4 year old, son and singing the song in his ear. It brought a tear to my eye because we had done that so many times and I knew we wouldn’t do it again at Disney.

Where have you traveled outside of Disney World: I have lived and traveled all over the United States and was born in England. I have gone back to England and have sailed the Caribbean. I would love to visit Germany, Poland, and France when my boys get a bit older.

A bit more about you:
  • Fave hobby: Crafting!!!! I love making jewelry, shirts, cups… all things glittered, rhinestoned, and vinyed!
  • Fave food: wine and cheese
  • Fave sports team: my family is from Boston, so I have to say Patriots


Contact Bidget at bridget@kingdomkonsultant.com to start planning your next vacation!

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