Theresa Chu-Bermudez

Theresa Chu-Bermudez

Theresa Chu-Bermudez

Theresa is the owner of Get Out! Custom Travels and was inspired to go into the travel industry after her solo trip to New Zealand in 2013 (although it would be another three years before she would actually launch her own agency). An avid Lord of the Rings fan, she is always ready for another adventure... as long as it doesn't involve going outside in the Florida heat and humidity.
Her FOMO with the latest news headlines caused by her multi-tasking habits and busy schedule was the main motivation behind her decision to create The TIN Lounge with her friend and fellow travel advisor Korrine. Now she relishes the time she gets to spend sipping Jameson and reading through the travel headlines to prep for the next TIN Lounge episode.

Recent Podcasts from Theresa Chu-Bermudez

  • The TIN Lounge: The Minibar - Special Guest: Bailie White
    The Minibar - Special Guest: Bailie White
    September 11th, 2020 | Length 00:32:59

    We have a fantastic guest on with us today on this episode of The Minibar. Bailie White is the owner of BE The Travel, a Nashville-based boutique agency. She is not only passionate about travel and serving her clients, but also paving a path for other aspiring travel advisors to…

  • The TIN Lounge: The Minibar: Travel Tribes
    The Minibar: Travel Tribes
    September 10th, 2020 | Length 00:17:50

    On today’s minibar, we’re talking about travel tribes and how we can all help each other to focus on the future.  Do you have a support system of TAs in your life?

    As heard on Excess Baggage:

    American, Delta join United in axing change fees
    More U.S. States Are Granted Permission…

  • The TIN Lounge: Episode 4
    Episode 4
    September 10th, 2020 | Length 00:55:19

    On today’s full episode (and the first full episode on the TravMarket Media Podcast Network!), we discuss optimism in the travel industry as we move forward.

    Find us on Instagram and Facebook: @thetinlounge.

    Korrine’s sources:
    Resorts selling 'workations' and 'schoolcations'
    ASTA urges agents to tell their stories of struggle to the media