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Less Travel…More Time This Holiday Season!
November 11, 2010 @ 08:01 AM | By Christina Todisco

The holiday season is fast approaching and if you are like me, you are already feeling the stress of the mile long to-do list to make this season better than the last—turkey, pumpkin pie, decorating the house, shopping, mailing greeting cards, wrapping gifts, family visits, parties…the list goes on and on. This doesn’t leave a lot of time for those special extras you would like to include, like adding more lights to your outside display, going to a holiday play or baking your own cookies to serve instead of store-bought ones.

Unfortunately, work can get in the way of your dreams for the perfect holiday season, especially if it requires travel to another state or country. This holiday season, why not cancel your business travel plans and hold virtual meetings instead. With InterCall’s conferencing services you can accomplish many of your business objectives right from your desk!

Give it a try! What would you do with your extra time if no business travel was needed from now until 2011? A drive with the family to look at holiday lights? A play date with your kids and their new toys? Maybe just some sleep?

Christina Todisco is a marketing manager at InterCall and has been in the conferencing industry since 2002. Christina currently provides product marketing support for InterCall’s audio services, reporting and invoice solutions and InterCall Online. When not working, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, family and friends.

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