2013 Travel Favorites: Drive, Ride Shotgun or Sit in the Way-back?
Posted Dec 27th 2013 03:30 PM
Q. Drive, ride shotgun, or sit in the way-back?
Andrew Biviano, Audience Development: Drive
David Kenna, Director of PMO: Drive
Jeff Keil, Product Designer: Ride shotgun
Sarai Hopfe, Contracts Manger: Ride shotgun
Jess Moss, Senior Editor: Shotgun!
Jake Thiewes, Editor: Drive, always drive.
Elizabeth McIlhany, Sr. Product Manager: Ride shotgun
Tim Baldwin, Account Director, Central Region: Drive
Tiffany Herrick, Business Planning, B2B and Customer Support: Ride shotgun
Andy McMahon, Director, Product Management -- Search and Local Data: Drive when I can, though mostly it's trains, planes and Uber
Zach Everson, Travel news/travel buzz editor: Way back
Justin Paluch, UX Lead: Drive
TaraLynn Morana, West Region Sales: Ride shotgun
Gregory Bourcher, Product Manager: Drive
SuAnne Hall, Designer: Ride shotgun
David Ciaburro, East Region Sales: Drive
Casey Doerschuk, System Architect: Ride shotgun
Laura Maxwell, Marketing Manager: Shotgun, always
Beth Warner, Senior Software QA Engineer: Drive & Shotgun! Approx. 1200 miles over the span of 10 days.
Natty Zola, Director of Product: Drive
Michael Yessis, Editor in Chief: Behind the wheel, with photo-taking breaks at shotgun.
Austin Brown, UX Lead: Drive. Always. Especially in the snow.
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