Share Your Story with Travel Writers

Wednesday, February 8, 2012 8:30 AM by Somer Breeze

We are pitching stories on girlfriend getaways and untraditional Mother's Day activities. We want to share YOUR story with travel writers.

Who should participate: attractions, activities, hotels, restaurants, tour operators
Why you should participate: your package and/or activity could be included in an travel magazine, blog, etc. giving you free exposure to a wide audience of leisure visitors
When you need to participate by: Monday, Feb. 13
How you can participate: we are pitching two different stories to travel media:

  • Girlfriend Getaways: tell us the details about women-only activities, overnight stays, etc. you offer
  • Untraditional Mother's Day Activities: tell us about any unique, out-of-the-ordinary activities or packages you have available for moms and their loved ones this year.

Sign me up! Share your story with Somer Breeze-Hanson: mediarelations@traveltacoma.com

Author: Somer Breeze

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