Alexandria, VA, November 6, 2018 – The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) today announced that Travel Advisor, its new quarterly magazine launched in May 2018, has been named one of Folio magazine’s 2018 Folio: 100 honorees.
"Being included with the likes of Condé Nast, The Economist and Harvard Business Review in Folio’s 2018 honorees in our first year of publication is hugely gratifying and testament to the hard work of the ASTA staff, especially our Communications Director Erika Richter," said Eben Peck, ASTA Executive Vice President, Advocacy. “We launched Travel Advisor earlier this year with the goal of better serving our members and travel industry partners with relevant and compelling content. We’re off to a great start and look forward to continuing the momentum in Year 2.”
According to Folio, The Folio: 100 list “recognizes media professionals for the tangible impact they’ve had in their jobs, on their companies and brands, or on the industry at large. These honorees represent every sector: consumer, b2b, regional, enthusiast, association, and more.” Folio will honor this year’s class at the Folio: 100 Celebration Luncheon on December 6, 2018 at the Yale Club in New York City.
Launched in May 2018, Travel Advisor is a must-read for ASTA members and travel industry professionals. This high-quality, perfect-bound publication written by experienced travel journalists, travel experts and ASTA staff is distributed to over 9,000 readers in print on a quarterly basis, while the electronic version will is distributed to over 80,000 subscribers. To write for Travel Advisor or pitch stories, please contact Erika Richter at email@example.com. For information on advertising opportunities, please contact Jack Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebranded in 2018 as the American Society of Travel Advisors, ASTA is the leading global advocate for travel advisors, the travel industry and the traveling public. Its members represent 80 percent of all travel sold in the United States through the travel agency distribution channel. Together with hundreds of internationally-based members, ASTA’s history of industry advocacy traces back to its founding in 1931 when it launched with the mission to facilitate the business of selling travel through effective representation, shared knowledge and the enhancement of professionalism. For more information about the Society, visit ASTA.org. Consumers can connect with an ASTA travel advisor at TravelSense.org.