Disney World for VIPs for OverTime Magazine

Disney World without the hassle   Roughly the size of San Francisco, Walt Disney World Resort is a daunting place to plan a family vacation. Let Disney’s VIP Tour Services remove the guesswork and allow you to cruise Mickey’s paradise in privacy and style.   By Jeff Louderback Greeted with a hero’s welcome, Tony Dungy and Dominic Rhodes smiled and waved as they rode in a...

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Blog/website content writing sample – Maid of the Mist/Niagara Falls

Note: This is blog/website content originally written for IMAX   Passengers who board the Maid of the Mist are treated to a safe and awe-inspiring journey amid the natural splendor of Niagara Falls. There was one particular trip, back in 1861, when those aboard the vessel encountered a harrowing experience. The first Maid of the Mist was launched in 1846, the year the Niagara Falls Ferry...

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Blog/website content – Mary Jane Colter/Grand Canyon

Note: This blog/website content was originally written for IMAX     One of the first female architects and designers in the west, Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter has her name etched all around the Grand Canyon.   Born in Pittsburgh in 1869, Colter was a Minneapolis schoolteacher who eventually attended the California School of Design in San Francisco and took a job with the Fred Harvey...

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Blog/website content – Beach Drive in St. Pete

Note: This blog content was originally written for real estate agent Estelia Mesimer Once known for mobile home parks, early bird specials, lawn bowling and shuffleboard, St. Petersburg’s reputation has dramatically evolved in over the last few decades. The average age has decreased to 39, and the city is now lined with a myriad of hip and trendy cafes, bars and cultural venues. In St....

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St. John travel feature for OverTime Magazine

NOTE: This feature appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer and in OverTime Magazine.   St. John travel feature   By Jeff Louderback Steep forested hills brightened with wildflowers meet white-sand beaches. Decorative coral reefs fringe bays and cays. Bustling villages are too small for cruise ships. There are spots where goats and donkeys outnumber people. Roughly the size of Manhattan, St. John is...

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Grenada travel feature for Cincinnati Enquirer

NOTE: This feature appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer travel magazine. Grenada – Isle of Spice feature By Jeff Louderback GRENADA — Though this island’s air is alive with the aroma of fresh spices, it is nightfall at Grand Anse Beach that most captivates my senses. To the calypso sounds of a Spice Island Beach Resort combo, I walk down the 2+-mile stretch of soft, white sand....

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