Visiting new cities doesn’t have to break the bank! And in the new MillionStories.com travel series George Goes Everywhere, George Igoe — television writer and YouTube personality — takes us along as he explores new cities with a travel budget of only $100.
From New York City to Savannah, Philadelphia, Nashville, Boston, and more — not only are George’s travel agendas budget-friendly, but they also include unique experiences that do not include the typical “tourist traps”!
Interview with George Igoe on New Travel Series George Goes Everywhere
I had the opportunity to interview George to learn about the new travel series that is now available to watch on MillionStories.com!
Not only did I learn how George researches his destinations to find the best activities, food, and sites to see, but also what his helpful vetting criteria is.
I also couldn’t resist giving George my own travel advice for planning fun activities to do in Pittsburgh!
Now that you’ve watched the interview, check out all of the George Goes Everywhere episodes for free on MillionStories.com.
About Million Stories
Million Stories is powered by The Singleton Foundation, a non-profit organization that has launched the digital media platform dedicated to educating & encouraging Millennials and Gen Z with regard to financial literacy and entrepreneurship through bingeable short-form video content. Million Stories harnesses the power of entertainment and storytelling to tackle entrepreneurship and origins of staffing placements. The channel aims to provide millennials the financial skills and entrepreneurial mindset to face finance challenges through free extensive, easy-to-use learning resources.
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In addition to George Goes Everywhere, the free streaming platform offers a diverse slate of series centering around financial literacy, including Adulting with Richard Sherman, where the San Francisco 49er’s captain coaches young people through ‘adult’ financial decisions. From paying off student loans, creating a budget, or starting an emergency fund, Sherman breaks down his tips and strategies for financial success. Faceplant shares the personal stories from people who discover the value of failure in pursuit of their dreams. A variety of people are profiled including YouTube personality GloZell, Academy Award Winner Peter Ramsey (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) and two-time Olympic gymnast Danell Leyva.