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JG Black Book’s 2018 Media Liaisons

We’re only halfway through 2018 and already JG Black Book Collection clients have received a large amount of coverage in the media. This exposure doesn’t materialize on its own – our Public Relations team works hard to foster media liaisons and to connect clients and journalists. In the last 6 months, the JG Black Book PR team has managed to secure a number of media appointments in New York City with top publications for the Sheldon Chalet, Delfin Amazon Cruises, Volcanoes Safaris and Revealed America. Read below to see which amazing articles we’ve secured as a result of our client-media rendezvous.

 

Sheldon Chalet

“Ten air miles from the summit of Denali in Alaska, this hexagonal, five-room timber resort gives you fur throws, huge fireplaces, and a selection of Scotch from 6,000 feet (best enjoyed while taking in the aurora borealis through the large windows). Days are spent helicoptering around the national park, visiting natural hot springs and cliff faces with remains of woolly mammoths from the Ice Age estimated to have been seen by fewer than 100 humans. Ever.” – Erin Florio (Editor), Condé Nast Traveler: 5 Far-Flung Hotels Worth the Trek

Other noteworthy coverage:

Upcoming coverage:

  • Jackie Gifford (Senior Editor), Travel + Leisure
  • Chrisanne Grise (Senior Associate Editor), Martha Stewart Weddings
  • Jackie Caradonio (Editor), Robb Report

 

Volcanoes Safaris

“Praveen Moman of Volcanoes Safaris, Luxury Lodges in Uganda & Rwanda, the mastermind behind some of the world’s first “trekking lodges,” is fanatic about gorilla conservation. He describes seeing them as like looking in a mirror. ‘You feel these people are related to you. You’re connecting to your cousins, and the gorillas recognize this. Their behavior is so human, and that’s what makes seeing them such a life-changing experience.’ It seems unfathomable that just three hours from Kigali, Rwanda’s burgeoning capital city, you can walk right up to these critically-endangered gentle giants. There are only 880 mountain gorillas in the entire world, and all make their homes in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and in the three parks that span dormant volcano chain Virunga Mountains.” – Sophie Friedman (Freelancer), Departures: How to Plan an Unforgettable Gorilla Trekking Adventure Through Africa

Other noteworthy coverage:

Upcoming coverage:

  • Stefanie Waldek (Freelancer), Architectural Digest
  • Laura Feinstein (Freelancer), Departures

 

Delfin Amazon Cruises

Upcoming coverage:

  • Hannah Freedman (Senior Editor), Family Traveller Magazine
  • Chrisanne Grise (Senior Associate Editor), Martha Stewart Weddings
  • Peter Terzian (Articles Editor), Travel + Leisure
  • Laura Powell (Contributing Editor), Skift
  • Alyson Krueger (Contributing Writer), Robb Report

 

Revealed America

Upcoming coverage:

  • Renee Gordon (Staff Writer), Philadephia Sun
  • Kelly McMasters (Staff Writer), Newsday