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Surviving The Summer Road Trip

SURVIVING THE SUMMER ROAD TRIP TRAVEL IS ON THE RISE 45% OF AMERICANS TOOK A 2012 35.5 SUMMER VACATION MILLION TRAVELED ON INDEPENDENCE DAY 0, OF AMERICANS TOOK A 33% SUMMER VACATION 2011 , 34.1 MILLION TRAVELED ON INDEPENDENCE DAY DECIDE WHERE TO GO IL OUR FAVORITE DESTINATIONS INCLUDE: 42% 33% BEACH OR LAKE SHOPPING MOST POPULAR DRIVING DESTINATIONS: FL AZ 23% 22% FAMILY OR SCHOOL CAMPING REUNIONS NAVIGATE ROAD TRIP HEADACHES 5HOURS. HOW DO RESOURCEFUL МOMS COPЕ? THE AVERAGE ROAD TRIP IS 74% 27MINUTES MAKE UP GAMES IT TAKES JUS FOR 52% CHILDREN TO GET BORED ON LONG CAR JOURNEYS OFFER TREATS AND REWARDS 41% 24% LIE TΟ ΜΑKE TΗΕ JOURNEY SEEM SHORTER MAYBE THAT'S WHY OF MOMS FIND THE OFFICE LESS STRESSFUL THAN CAR TRAVEL WITH THEIR KIDS WATCH OUT FOR SPILLS! SPILL-PROOF BOTTLES TO THE RESCUE! 84% 79% AMERICANS USE WATER BOTTLES MORE OFTEN IN THE CAR THAN ANY OF AMERICANS HAVE HAD A DRINK SPILLED IN THEIR CAR SAID THAT AN ADULT SPILLED IN THEIR CAR WHERE ELSE! MAYBE THAT'S WHY "LEAK-PROOF" WAS RANKED AB 55% AMERICA'S MOST IMPORTANT SAID THAT A CHILD SPILLED IN THEIR CAR FEATURE ON A WATER BOTTLE SOURCES: • Contigo national survey, 1,000 respondents, 2012 . "Sold on Summer Vacation: Travelers Largely Undeterred by High Gas Prices and Costly Airfares, According to New Home Away Survey," HomeAway.com, April 2011 • "Hitting the road and air and sea – summer travel statistics," MoneyCrashers.com, 2013 "Children Become Bored on Family Road Trips Within 27 Minutes According to TomTom Study," Businesswire.com, May 2012 • "Are We Almost There?' Is It The End Of The Great American Road Trip?," International Business Times, July 2012 • "How Did Your Road Trip Rack Up?," Cathleen McCarthy, Fodors.com, August 2012 • "American Families Are Eager to Travel Again, per AMEX and HomeAway," Uptake.com, Uptake Networks, Inc., May 2011 • "For Your Next Family Adventure, Try Go-Carts and Bungee Jumps," NewsUSA, News Bank, Inc., April 2013

Surviving The Summer Road Trip

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Americans use water bottles more often in the car than anywhere else, and so it's important to have a reliable drinking solution along for the ride this summer as families hit the road for vacations.

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