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MEET STEPHANIE DAVIS


YOUR EPN TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL “I enjoy getting to know my clients. Learning their likes and dislikes, the must- do’s and must avoids, helps me develop a tour that will be a lifelong memory for the participants while also meeting their educational goals and their budget”


PERFORMANCE TOURS


CUSTOM CLINICS PARADES


BOWL GAMES FESTIVALS


DISNEY PERFORMING ARTS


Stephanie is in her 15th season here at EPN Travel Services. She is a graduate of Penn State University graduating with a degree in Liberal Arts. She also has a degree in Tourism and Travel from Antonelli Professional Institute. Prior to joining EPN Travel, Stephanie worked over seven years in retail management. Since expanding her horizons here at EPN she has had the opportunity to work one-on-one with many clients. She especially enjoys the personal contact of state conferences and school presentations. Stephanie enjoys traveling, spending time outdoors playing with her dogs, working in her yard and tending to her extensive vegetable gardens.


WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE STUDENT DESTINATION?


Boston is my favorite without a doubt. As one of the oldest and most important historical sites in the country, Boston and neighboring Salem and Plymouth are the trifecta. Boston is also a modern city with world class dining, performing arts and sporting events. With activities like The Freedom Trail, Whale Watching tours, Red Sox games and tours of Symphony Hall, Boston offers both the Old World and the New World all in one trip.


STEPHANIE DAVIS Tour Specialist


610-970-3751 • 888.323.0974 ext. 3751 stephanie@epntravel.comepntravel.com


1784 West Schuylkill Road, Douglassville, PA 19518


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