Today we’re joined by Gil Olachea of Ceramica in Scottsdale, Arizona, to talk a little bit about world travels!
As different parts of the world open up to tourism and business travel, we can all look forward to getting out a bit more, and we begin by looking back to the old days when travel didn’t mean going to the grocery store to have someone put groceries in your vehicle from a safe distance.
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