Hilarye Fuller is a full-time family travel blogger. With her husband, they manage to make a living and homeschool their family of four while traveling the United States full-time in an RV. Find out why Hilarye and her family made Gulf Shores and Orange Beach their first stop on their year and a half exploration of America.
Theresa St. John is a freelance travel writer and photographer. She is visiting Gulf Shores and Orange Beach for the first time in April, and she enjoys writing stories that are quirky and out of the ordinary for audiences ranging in age from 25-70 years old. She can't wait to walk our beaches and experience our little spot in the world.
Jennifer Green is a travel writer that visits small towns and cities throughout the southeastern United States in search of outstanding vacation opportunities to share with her readers. She writes about legendary resorts, celebrated inns, and beloved bed-and-breakfast establishments, and a range of recreational activities, from golfing to shopping and spa treatments. She also writes about signature events and festivals that celebrates each region’s unique culture, and shares insider tips from fellow Southerners.
Lori Sorrentino and her husband Angelo are travel writers and photographers for Travlinmad travel blog. Their blog reaches over 10,000 unique monthly visitors primarily in the US and UK, between the ages of 38 and 64. They enjoy writing about food and wine, and one-of-a-kind experiences that connect people to the local culture in the US and abroad.
Ed Stone and his wife Fran are golf writers for several publications including Tennessee Golf Quarterly, the official publication of the Tennessee Golf Association with nearly 300,000 members, and their two online platforms GoGolfAndTravel.com and GoGolfAmerica.wordpress.com. Each of their sites cater to a variety of audiences from seasoned golfers and novices to budget travelers and families.
Sue Rodman will be exploring the Alabama Gulf Coast’s hidden gems and exciting hot spots in late July to share with families. The majority of 365 Atlanta Traveler’s readership resides in Atlanta, but many also come from surrounding states.
Trace Barnett first fell in love with the Alabama Gulf Coast when he came down with his family when he was a child. And he returns in October to share some his favorite Gulf Coast culinary adventures with his readers. Trace is the founder of The Bitter Socialite, a culinary and lifestyle blog that features creative and unique content including recipes, entertaining ideas, DIY tips and more. He also frequently guest stars on several television programs in Birmingham, Nashville and Oxford; and much of his work has been featured in Good Grit Magazine, Birmingham Magazine, Alabama Magazine, Food Network Magazine, AL.com, Southern Living and more.
Former long-time television executive turned stay-at-home Adrian Kulp has been documenting his adventures with his children on his blog “Dad or Alive” for the past eight years. Kulp and his family are excited about visiting Alabama’s Gulf Coast in October.
Lynn and Cele were among 15 journalists that visited our destination to cover the World Food Championships (WFC). While in the area, they tried lots of mouthwatering food, judged several WFC competitions and explored Gulf Shores and Orange Beach during their free time.
The Sterns will be visiting the Alabama Gulf Coast for the first time February 7-14, and are excited about exploring and finding unique restaurants and outdoor adventures they can share with their readers.
Earlier this month, the PR team hosted Bill Clevlen from Bill on the Road in which he promotes road trips, and the interesting people and places he finds across America.