TGA Member Profiles
Travel Quips is a podcast and blog by Reyna Walters-Morgan, providing travelers with the latest travel news and travel trends.
“Most podcasters focus on destination highlights but Travel Quips focuses on providing travelers with tips, trends and information to make their travels more efficient,” states Reyna Walters-Morgan. (more…)
The Barrier Method, A Travel Mask Company
Danielle Travis was inspired to invent The Barrier Method’s travel masks by her experience traveling for polo tournaments. She was constantly getting sick after traveling, and fed up with feeling awful in competition. (more…)
Tortuga designs carry-on-size luggage for city travel, and publishes packing and gear advice to help travelers know what to bring and how to pack it. The bags pack like suitcases, but carry like backpacks, opening from the front for maximum accessibility (more…)
Sutton Home Fashions
Sutton Home Fashions is a family-run business – its first employees were all immediate family members – devoted to providing value-priced premium solutions to the travel and bedding market, with an ever-expanding travel goods segment.
“We offer the most up-to-date trends, best prices and (more…)
Suitcases & More
When David Stoller founded Suitcases & More in Phoenix in 1985, his goal was to offer consumers quality travel products in a market he felt did not represent the category well. Established almost as an afterthought after Stoller diversified the family-owned travel agency he helped start three years earlier, he sought out new products from relatively young travel goods companies that would separate Suitcases & More from other stores. Over the years, Stoller has added many well-known and established names to its brand assortment.
“We choose suppliers by their desire to be different, responsible, and reliable,” Stoller says. “We helped break a mold of traditional luggage stores by becoming more of a travel store and providing products that were meant for travel and not just for looking good. Support from our vendors, product reliability, and price reliability continue to drive us forward.”
Suitcases and More, Inc. is located at 9301 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260; 480-860-0038; email@example.com.
In 2006, two traveling professionals tired of constantly looking for that “better” suitcase put their heads together to found Sttelli, with the goal of creating a stylish alternative that also delivers customer value.
“Sttelli’s suitcases and travel accessories strive to give travelers the tools to have a fun, hassle-free travel experience,” states Elias Gutt. “Our luggage lines are beautifully designed with both practicality and the traveler’s budget in mind.”
Sttelli luggage uses easy-to-identify luggage colors and name tags in beautiful combinations; Sttelli’s travel accessories aim to cover most travelers’ in-flight comfort needs and “away from home” amenities.
Smartrip’s pocket-size travel pillows foster more restful sleep, with a compact design that’s a quarter of the volume of typical pillows. It’s a truly portable, comfortable pillow developed after extensive research and experimentation to ergonomically support the chin and fit the seat back for stability, and to avoid tipping the head and neck forward. (more…)
With more than 60 years of collective experience in the travel goods industry, Solite International’s founders have designed their products with a variety of exclusive features, including patented wheels that glide in silence with double bearings, patented (more…)
Sonic Technology, a family- and employee-owned company since its inception in the hills of Northern California in 1981, now serves custom-ers around the globe. Its product line includes a wide array of products such as the spAIRtray™ airline tray table, a new product designed to instantly upgrade one’s flying experience by pro-viding an extra shelf to help travelers feel less (more…)
As passenger space on planes and public commuter resources continues to shrink, Sleep-A-Board founder Andy Miller began looking for a way to rest his head in the forward position. “Neck pillows and leaning against the window are not comfortable for me,” Miller (more…)