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Go on a Romantic Rendezvous, Courtesy of Roamaroo

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In the world of wanderlust, life’s daily rituals don’t usually become monotonous or commonplace. That feeling is multiplied when you share adventures with other people—notably significant others who know your tastes and life goals.

And, sometimes, a loving relationship centered on exploring the globe can result in an even more romantic relationship. In the case of Scott and Collette Stohler, their migrant journeys encouraged them to base their professional lives around their own recreational interests.

Roamaroo, a travel website and social media experience for couples, was born to give individuals the ability to find the most passionate locales all around the world. Using the perspective of the company’s creators, couples can truly maximize their knowledge and destination options.

Collette Stohler spoke with RewardExpert about the company’s beginnings, as well as how her own marital relationship presented a new way to see the world.

Chasing passions in a professional world

Scott and Collette founded Roamaroo in 2015. It all started about six years ago, when the pair jumped from location to location. By 2015 they decided to quit their corporate jobs and travel the world. That decision resulted in the renting of a home, and a new lease on life beyond the usual two-week American vacation.

A website originated out of the desire to keep friends and family informed on their travels.

Roamaroo originated out of the desire to keep friends and family informed on their travels

“Those initial weeks were filled with fire, energy and lots of nights on the computer,” Collette admitted.

It didn’t take long for the social media presence between friends and family to escalate into something more fruitful. The couple began to create content for travel companies, out of two realizations: first, they loved creating their own unique travel tales; and they enjoyed their new lives too much to go back to corporate America.

Collette said the company itself is first a travel content site and social media experience, which transcends into blogs and different platforms. Next, it’s a social media agency that invokes strategies for companies worldwide.

Love can be in the air

It does not take an astrophysicist to understand the appeal of Roamaroo. A travel site made by and for couple is a large part of the experience as a whole. Interested travelers can stumble on the website or the stories and empathize with Scott and Collette’s journeys.

We are telling our own unique stories that we hope will inspire others to take the plunge into travel
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“We are telling our own unique stories that we hope will inspire others to take the plunge into travel,” Collette said. “As a husband and wife, we understand exactly what couples want from their vacation time. All of our advice is experienced firsthand to give our readers the most authentic travel experience.”

Travel tips and a growing company

Little things make traveling more convenient and less stressful. She said booking an Airbnb instead of a hotel will save money. Making eggs and coffee at home helps save the cost of paying to eat breakfast out. That money can go towards a nice dinner in the evening.

Scott and Collette have traveled the world for one and 1/2 years, but they recently moved back to Southern California to run the company. Instead of traveling on a full-time basis, the schedule currently allows for one-to-two weeks per month.

They continue to grow their social media presence, as well as focusing on increasing their social media client roster. For more information visit Roamaroo, or find them on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

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