Aaron Schlein chats with FTA President & Founder, Rainer Jenss, about his vision for Family Travel Radio.
Family Travel Radio helps families like yours discover the world of possibilities that family travel has to offer.
At the Family Travel Association, we celebrate the power travel has to change children’s lives. We’re here to deliver the inspiration and information you need to share the power of travel with the children in your life.
With each episode of Family Travel Radio, you’ll meet travel experts who’ll enlighten you about incredible destinations, amazing experiences, and life-changing family adventures you may never have known existed — or even thought possible.
Guest: Rainer Jenss,
President & Founder of the Family Travel Association
- SCUBA certification through PADI
- FTA family travel research
- Travel Agents save you money
- Dude Ranches are fantastic for families
- Family Road Trips: Bring Back the Magic (FTR episode)
- South Dakota for Families
- Fiji is a top international destination for families
- Cruises come in all varieties and sizes
- Send topic requests for Family Travel Radio to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Involve your children in trip planning.
- Don’t underestimate your children.
- Allow your children to explore who they are—not just where they are.
About Your Host
Aaron Schlein is a family man, entrepreneur, and podcaster who knows first-hand about the transformational power of family travel.
When Aaron was a teenager, he began exploring the world with his grandmother, Shirley Schlein—to whom he is eternally grateful for igniting his passion for travel. Becoming a father inspired Aaron to pay forward his grandmother’s generosity and create media content to inspire parents to travel the world with their kids.
In the summer of 2018, Aaron partnered with the Family Travel Association to produce its official podcast, Family Travel Radio. Aaron lives in Sacramento, CA with his wife and two children (who are growing up too fast!)
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