If you like traveling, Teya “D-Globetrotter” Dalton is a Black entrepreneur you should have on your radar.
The entrepreneur owns The Passport Line, a line of travel accessories that elevate Black travel.
This Black Entrepreneur Wants You To Elevate Your Travels
Teya understands that traveling has gone through a whirlwind over the past few years.
However, even with travel restrictions lifting worldwide, travelers still face challenges like:
- Regional conflicts
- Natural disasters
Despite these struggles, Teya knows travelers will always find a way to see new places and visit their loved ones.
After all, Teya herself is a world traveler whose travels inspired her to launch a related business.
Before she turned 40, Teya had traveled to forty different countries on six continents.
These travelers are the ones The Passport Line targets: those still passionate about seeing the world and don’t want boring travel essentials or luggage.
Thanks to her experiences, Teya has learned what travelers need: colorful yet practical travel essentials.
The Black entrepreneur delivers those accessories through The Passport Line.
Teya understands travelers experience a kaleidoscope of colors and new cultures through personal interactions, native foods, architecture, landscapes, and textiles.
Through The Passport Line, she wants Black travelers to show off their distinct self-expression.
What The Passport Line Offers
The Passport Line offers exotic travel essentials every Black traveler would be proud to own.
Their options include:
- Passport wallets
- Luggage covers
- Organizing pouch sets
- Memory foam neck pillows
- Travel sets
- Carry-on electronics
- Travel-related t-shirts
The Passport Line also has a line of African-inspired designs, which debuted at the African Restaurant Week Holiday Festival.
The Black entrepreneur also revealed the brand’s new Mud Cloth in Color collection in a press release.
Teya “D-Globetrotter” Dalton is clearly passionate about her brand and traveling, and you can easily tell by looking at her products and reading the website copy.
We need more Black travel entrepreneurs like her!