Monthly Photo Contest: April

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April 28, 2015

We are excited to announce Beth Dennard as our Monthly Photo Contest winner for April! Beth recently went on our Tulip Tour- 4 Day Netherlands Bike + Barge Tour and had a wonderful time biking and experiencing the tulips in full bloom!

If you have already or are going to be traveling with us in 2015, feel free to submitt your travel photos to photocontest@tripsite.com for a chance to win €250 in trip credit!

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