Travel Tip #12: Life’s a Beach
June 10, 2016
Life's a Beach with TA and Petro Stopping Centers
Beach sand stuck to feet, toes, fingers, and even worse — inside bathing suits — is not fun. And many beaches across America don’t have facilities (running water) to remove the sand. But there’s a way to insure you can remove all or most of that sand when you’re ready to hit the road. Find out how your empty milk jugs–you know the ones usually tossed-out–can become your best friend on the next beach trip. Sponsored by TA & Petro Stopping Centers — coast-to-coast and chock full of amenities that simply make travelling in your car, van, or truck so much better–don’t miss “Life’s Beach” travel tips.
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