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Preparing to Travel

Vacation season is upon us! Check out these tips and tricks to try prior to your next vacation! Set flight price alerts & be flexible. Set alerts on TripAdvisor, Google Flights, Skyscanner, etc., to tell you when prices drop for your preferred route or destination. Remember that not all airlines are included in alerts. Be […]

Vacation Packing Tips

What and how to pack Make a packing list. Plan what you will wear, so that you don’t over-pack. Limit your wardrobe by picking one color palette and keep layers in mind for colder days and evenings. Wear bulky clothes on the plane. Stick to quick-dry, non-iron fabrics where possible. Lay out everything you want […]

International Travel Tips

Before You Go Apply early for your passport. New U.S. travelers, if you haven’t had a passport before or meet certain criteria, you’ll need to apply in person at a passport acceptance facility post office. Including mailing time, the U.S. State Department quotes applying for a passport via routine service as taking approximately 6-8 weeks. […]

Opening Doors

In partnership with Goodville Mutual Insurance, LD&B was proud to present Valley Open Doors with a donation in August. LD&B values the work and mission of Valley Open Doors, a homeless shelter in the Harrisonburg and Rockingham area that welcomes all who are homeless over the age of 18 when they have nowhere else to […]

Way to Go, LD&Bees!

Congratulations to our softball players on making it to the championship series! A group of LD&B employees played 10 games in the Harrisonburg City Parks and Recreation Co-ed Softball League this spring. Ten of our employees participated as players on the field, scorekeepers, and cheerleaders. 

Leadership in Action

Malachi Bontrager, a financial advisor here at LD&B, recently completed the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce Leadership program. The nearly year-long program brings aspiring leaders of the community together once a month to educate them about the community’s past, present, and future.

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