Hello! My name is Shelley Atkinson. I've been in Tallahassee for 45 years. I am originally from Jacksonville. I was lucky enough to meet a local boy Bill Atkinson, marry him, and 35 years later still be happily married. We have two grown daughters: Meredith Fogle married to Glen, who has blessed us with two beautiful granddaughters: Faith Elizabeth & Ava Michelle. My other daughter is Laura-Lee Henry. Laura-Lee is married to Bryan Henry. Bryan is an assistant coach with FAMU Baseball. They have also blessed us with a sweet little boy named Andrew James and a little girl named Brylee Marie.
I have been in the travel industry for 25 years. I have traveled throughout Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean and Hawaii. I have also sailed on more than a dozen cruises throughout the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Panama Canal, Alaska, and Baltic Sea. I've seen some wonderful sights and met many fascinating people. I enjoy sharing my experiences and helping others enjoy the wonderful world we live in. Please give Holiday Cruises & Tours a call so I can help your travel dreams come true.
"Shelley understands her clients and works effectively to make sure their needs and expectations are met. She works through issues to assure satisfaction. Shelley is also justfun to talk with!" - Pauline Pinkos
Shelley Atkinson was most helpful and courteous.... - Richard Thomas
"Shelly was/is exceptional. Went far above and beyond all reasonable expectations. She is the very best, would never consider changing." - John & Obedience Cox
"This was our first cruise. On top of that our son was married on board. Everything was perfect. Thanks Shelley and Royal Caribbean for making this a perfect experience." - Marcia a. Nita
"LOVED the cruise. The excursions were fabulous. Kudos to Shelley for a job well done in guiding us onto our first cruise.
"We had a wonderful time and an unforgettable anniversary. Thank you for your superb guidance and we eagerly await further travel with you. Thank you, again!"
Lieutenant Colonel William Liptrot
"I love my consultant Shelley, she is always so courteous." -Nancy Wilkins