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Meet Andrea P.

Ashley Fritz | Jun 22, 2021

Introducing Andrea P.

Meet Andrea, our Claims Manager who ensures that our customers are taken care of and given the guidance they need throughout the claims process. She joined Seven Corners after learning about its positive culture and opportunities to improve processes and work towards creating an amazing customer experience. Like so many of our team members, Andrea loves to travel to new heights - literally - and explore new destinations with her family

What is the most interesting thing you have learned about travel insurance while at Seven Corners?

Oh my goodness, just one thing? Prior to coming to Seven Corners, I truly had no awareness to travel insurance nor did I even consider that during my international travels I was taking a big risk without having medical coverage outside of the US. I have loved learning about all of the various benefits and requirements within each plan. There truly is never a day I don't learn something new.

What is your favorite part of traveling?

I love seeing new places and meeting new people. When I travel, I like to be busy and out and about as much as possible so staying in a hotel room or just relaxing by a pool is not so much my thing. I like to do as much as I can and return home exhausted.

What is the most interesting place you've been on vacation?

One of my favorite places to go was the Grand Canyon. The sheer magnitude of that landmark just leaves you breathless and feeling as though you are free from all the chaos and troubles in the world.

What is the best travel tip you have given or received?

I would say the best tip is to take a suitcase that has extra room as you are more than likely going to come home with more than you left. Also, another good tip specific to when I went to the Grand Canyon, don't stand too close to the end.

What is your dream travel destination?

So many places I'd love to go but I would love to go all of the Disney parks around the world

What is something you can't travel without?

I always have to have at least 2 pairs of shoes with me. One practical and good for walking and the other fashionable or just good for the beach. Clothes are pretty key too but shoes first. :)

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