Top 10 U.S. Journalists in Travel & Tourism
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United States journalists in the Travel & Tourism space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as October 2019
3. Rachelle Lucas
Bio: FREE Packing lists & travel planning guide in link. Travel & Food | Coffee Snob | Runner | 58+ Countries | #FSJet Alum | SATW | Insta: TheTravelBite ®
5. Kate McCulley
Bio: 🙋🏼 Solo Female Travel
✈️ Forbes Top 10 Travel Influencer
🌍 82 countries
📍Currently in Prague! 🇨🇿
7. Scott McCartney
Bio: Scott McCartney, Middle Seat columnist for The Wall Street Journal
Location: Dallas, Texas
8. Michelle Higgins
Bio: The Fix columnist for The New York Times. Priors: @nytrealestate, @nytimestravel, @WSJ
9. Gene Sloan
Bio: The source for cruise news, information | Now writing for @thepointsguy, @AFARmedia, @QuirkyCruise, formerly @USAToday | @Frommers cruise guide author
Location: Philadelphia, PA
10. Lee Abbamonte
Bio: Been to Every Country, State, Continent, National Park, Major Stadium + N & S Pole! Entrepreneur, TV Personality, Travel Writer, Speaker, Maryland Alum, MBA.
Location: New York City
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