Travel Club

January 2010
PN;Jan2010, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p37
Trade Publication
The article features the Handicapped Travel Club Inc. (HTC), an international organization that sponsors rallies across the U.S. Founded in 1973, the organization encourages people with disabilities and their families to travel, and share their share information on how to make accessible recreational vehicles. HTC has grown and have more regional rallies taken place, wherein members are encourage to carry the club roster with them upon traveling and visiting other HTC-ers across the country.


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