Member Connection Blog

Member Connection Blog

Member Connection Blog

About the Blog

The Member Connection Blog is here to provide advice, tips, off-the-beaten path ideas, savings, and to gab about travel and attractions that Western and Central New Yorkers love.

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Resolution: Safer Roads

Lindsay Kensy

The New Year has begun, and with it comes a chance to make resolutions to change habits and better lives.

2018 Top Travel Trends

Hayley Schultz
AAA travel consultants are experts in all kinds of travel to destinations around the world. Whether you plan to try something new with one of these upcoming travel trends, or want to stick to your sure-thing beach vacation, cruise, theme park or European tour, our travel experts will make sure the planning is taken care of and your dream vacation is everything you imagined.

Healthy New Year!

AAA Savings
What can you do to keep your body, soul and pocketbook happy?

2018's Emerging Travel Destinations

Hayley Schultz
2018 is just around the corner, so it’s time to look at some of the emerging destinations for next year!

Properly Transporting a Christmas Tree

Lindsay Kensy

 

Six Things You Need to Keep in Your Car

Jenna Flessel
The extreme cold is making its way to New York state. To help keep you safe on the road—especially in the winter when driving conditions are often unpredictable—AAA recommends that you keep the following items in your car at all times.

AAA reminds drivers: Celebrate responsibly

Jenna Flessel
An important message to remember this holiday season and throughout the year: If you drink alcoholic beverages, don’t drive.

5 tips to get your home ready for winter

Jenna Flessel
The holiday season is in full swing, and the days are getting shorter. This can only mean one thing: Winter is coming, so you need to be prepared!

AAA: Help us curb back-to-school tragedies

Staff Writer
As summer draws to a close and the classroom bell rings in the new school year, 55 million children across the United States will head back to school. With 13 percent of those school children typically walking or biking to school, AAA warns drivers to be especially vigilant for pedestrians during, before and after school hours. The afternoon hours are particularly dangerous for walking children- over the last decade, nearly one-third of child pedestrian fatalities occurred between 3 and 7 p.m.

Fall Getaway to Folly Beach & Charleston, SC

Elizabeth Carey

Travelers across the U.S. have been taking advantage of the “off season” and making the most of fall travel.