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Monday, January 30, 2012 - DreamTrips February 2011 Highlight

Go away for the health of it! Studies show vacations help us recover from the stresses of everyday life and are critical to good health. That’s why Oakland University has partnered with Rovia to offer faculty, staff and retirees the DreamTrips Vacation Membership as a voluntary benefit. You’ll have access to dream vacations all over the world at wholesale-like prices. DreamTrips are also packed with added value and amenities. Through special arrangements, the monthly membership is greatly reduced for faculty, staff and retirees. Upcoming vacations include a ski trip to Crested Butte, a chance to go to the Masters Final Rounds, an Alaskan cruise and many more.

View upcoming vacations and enroll online at: www.oakland.ourvacationbenefit.com
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***To learn more about the DreamTrips Vacation Membership program, contact our Rovia Vacation Benefits Specialist:
Lecia Brunetti ph: 248-971-0442 email: info@ourvacationbenefit.com

Here is just one of the many upcoming trips...
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