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Agent Spotlight - Beth


Meet Agent Beth in this week's Agent Spotlight! 

Name: Elizabeth (Beth) Lewis
Kingdom Konsultant Travel

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

Where do you call home? Alabama

What was your dream job when you were 10 years old? To work with Orcas

Why did you become a travel agent? I became a travel agent because I love planning vacations.  

Favorite vacation destination? It’s a tie between Walt Disney World, Beach, and National Parks

This or that:

  • Walt Disney World or Disneyland: Walt Disney World
  • Caribbean cruise or Mediterranean cruise: Mediterranean
  • Mickey or Minnie: Oooh, a hard one. I love them both …. I will go with Minnie
  • Monorail or Skyliner: Monorail
  • Mickey pretzel or Mickey ice cream: Mickey ice cream
  • Star Wars or Avatar: Star Wars
  • Tomorrowland or Fantasyland: Fantasyland
  • Rollercoaster or dark ride: Rollercoaster
  • Rope drop or close down the park: Close down the park
  • Mickey’s Not So Scary or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
  • Flower and Garden or Food and Wine: Food and Wine

Disney Favorites:

  • Park: Epcot
  • Disney Resort: ​ Beach Club
  • Disney attraction: Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster
  • Disney restaurant: Narcoossee’s
  • Disney snack: Chocolate covered caramel apple at Karamell-Kuche in Epcot

Earliest Disney vacation memory? When I was a child (first visit), riding Space Mountain and the People Mover.

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes? Watching my money vanish. J/K…. ​ The way a child’s eyes light up when they get to see their favorite Disney Character.  

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World?  Universal Orlando, Guatemala, Mexico, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Canada, Grand Canyon, NYC, DC, Savannah, New Orleans, Myrtle Beach, Destin, Orange Beach, Mobile, Nashville, Chattanooga, Along the Blue Ridge Parkway, South Beach, Atlanta, Las Vegas

A bit more about you:

  • Favorite TV Show: ​Seinfeld
  • Favorite Hobby: Reading
  • Favorite Color:  Pink
  • Favorite Food:  Fresh fruit
  • Favorite Sports Team: Alabama Football – RTR!

Contact Agent Beth today to get started at elizabeth@kingdomkonsultant.com

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