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According to Media News Group, What a Trip readers are highly educated, luxury adventure travelers with a high readership concentrated in Northern California. As a freelance travel writer for the Contra Costa Times Lamorinda Sun, readers of the “What a Trip” column are directed to this website to continue reading my travel articles. As the online Travel Editor for Diablo magazine, my “On the Road with Nancy D. Brown” column also links back to this website. Diablo magazine readers are well traveled, college educated professionals.
What a Trip was launched in February of 2007.
What a Trip has a Google Page Rank of 5
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As a regular contributor to Hotel Scoop, I review Resorts, Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Inns and Lodges. I also write travel gear, book and restaurant reviews. I have worked in the food, travel and wine industry for over twenty eight years as an APR-accredited public relations professional.
At the Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism I spoke on the “Meet the Bloggers” panel.
At BlogHer’s annual conference I spoke about travel.
At the California Downtown Conference I spoke about working with travel writers and bloggers.
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Disclosures & Disclaimers:
As is common in the travel industry, I receive complimentary travel or media rates at hotels, resorts and attractions. I disclose such offers in my posts as is required by Federal Trade Regulations. As a School of Journalism graduate from the University of Oregon, I strive to be impartial in reviewing properties, destinations, attractions and travel gear.
From travel socks to rolling duffel bags, products are sent to me for review. Not all products that I receive are reviewed here. Most of the travel apparel and gear that I receive has been given to me at no cost.
While I hope that you enjoy reading my reviews, I cannot be held responsible if you do not have the same experience with a property, destination, attraction or travel product.