Travel Junkie opens west-side office
01/17/2014 10:33 AM
01/17/2014 11:01 AM
WICHITA — The Travel Junkie now has east and west side offices.
Jay and Becca Dill started the company five years ago. In October, they hired Lori Stone as a travel specialist, which helped with their expanding business but caused a very crowded office.
They had space in Office Park Plaza at 4601 E. Douglas near Douglas and Oliver, but there wasn't room to expand there. They're still using the shared office space that Office Park Plaza offers to meet with east-side clients.
"They call it a virtual office space," Stone says.
Now, they also have space in the Re/Max Realty Professionals building at 10100 W. Maple near Maple and Maize Road.
"We just got everything functioning," Stone says of the new space.
"It will allow us to ... visit clients at both locations," Stone says of serving the east and west sides.
The Travel Junkie specializes in destination weddings and honeymoons, but Stone says it's a full-service agency.
"We'll do anything."
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