AbiliTrek Blog

AbiliTrek Welcomes Intern

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AbiliTrek welcomes Taylor Acuff, our first Marketing Intern!   Introducing Tayler Taylor, who is from Snohomish, Washington, is currently a student at Western Washington University (WWU). She is a Communications Major and is pursuing a double minor in both Business Administration and Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Taylor came to AbiliTrek through the Entrepreneurship program at WWU. […]

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AbiliTrek Welcomes Mentor to Team

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AbiliTrek welcomes Meg Metzger to the team as the Director of Sales and Marketing. Introducing Meg Meg, who is from Everett, Washington, is an alumna of Everett High School. She went on to study at Stanford University where she earned a degree in Human Biology with a concentration in Organizational Behavior. Meg has a rich […]

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Jeremy Has Returned

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Jeremy McLaughlin has returned to AbiliTrek as the new Director of Business Development. Introducing Jeremy Jeremy has been a part of AbiliTrek from nearly the beginning. In January of 2016, Jeremy joined Daman’s team at the Bellingham Startup Challenge where they took 1st place. This is where the foundation of AbiliTrek’s business plan was formed. […]

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New Year, New AbiliTrek

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When AbiliTrek was created, our goal was to make travel easier for people with disabilities. Our hotel booking site was launched in April 2017 and we tested the model throughout the year. It became cumbersome to ensure that the hotel room that was booked met our travelers’ specific accessibility needs.   The Change After months […]

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Botany and Beer: The Story of One Man’s Trails to Healing

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Even though Ian Mackay is a native of California, there is no doubt that he fits perfectly in the Pacific Northwest where he now lives. Ian is passionate about nature and he is also a beer enthusiast. This is a perfect combination for exploring the great outdoors with the goal of making it accessible for […]

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