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Our story began with building and maintaining the definitive reference information resource aiding friends group travel. That data was put into use with the launch of TRIP in the Spring of 1993. The quarterly travel guide served as a Travel Reference Information Planner for group planners, mailing to 60,000+ known planners each quarter. The subject-specific Keeper Reference evolved into the TRIPinfo Quarterly Digital Magazine.
The print guide audience migrated to TRIPinfo.com when it launched as the 1st USA Travel Reference Information Portal in 1996. Today, 45,000+ group planners use TRIPinfo.com each month for logistics and details research for group bookings in the USA. They are group, tour, agent, team meeting, event, religious, reunion, sport, student, wedding & International planners – each booking 10x-375x/year the average family on travel.
By 2000 the company began its weekly email newsletter, Internet Travel Monitor, sent to ~15,000 group travel planners each week. The 3 components of the TRIPinfo Digital Platform are now TRIPinfo.com Online + TRIPinfo Weekly Newsletter + TRIPinfo Quarterly Digital Magazine. They work together as a comprehensive reference for group planners to use during all facets of their trips.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
To research and present quality USA travel information - to travel professionals booking volume - via our website, maps, email newsletters, magazine and emerging tools.
Nearly 100 years of digital travel marketing experience here to serve you! 770-825-0220
Mark and his team built and maintain the definitive reference information aiding leisure group trip planning. After serving major travel and technology publishers on 13 successful magazine launches, Mark introduced TRIP in print in 1993. Since 1996, TRIPinfo.com - 1st website for the category - provides unobtrusive access to that data. Mark has traveled all 50 US states, Canada, Mexico, Caribbean and Europe. He holds a degree in marketing from Vanderbilt University and lives with his wife of 37 years in Atlanta.
Since joining TRIPinfo.com in 1998, Eric has focused on maintaining databases, circulation lists, systems administration, web analytics, and customer service & support. Originally from the Midwest, Eric has traveled around the U.S., including Alaska & Hawaii, and to Canada, Mexico, England, Japan and the Caribbean. When not traveling on vacation, he enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs, playing softball and rooting for the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Braves.
Involved in travel media publishing since 1985, Sheala is the Editorial Director, responsible for TRIPinfo.com's weekly e-newsletter and quarterly Digital Magazines. She holds a degree in English from the University of Georgia and a Masters in Human Resources from Georgia State University. Having traveled through 49 USA states, Caribbean, Canada and Europe, she enjoys planning group trips and traveling with friends and family. She is an avid tennis player and runner.
A part-time IT Contractor with TRIPinfo as early as 2005 while a student at Georgia Tech, Scott expanded his role with the team in 2013. He maintains internal database integrity and provides technical support for the website. A native of Atlanta, Scott enjoys the outdoors, photography and leading adventure travel groups which has taken him across the USA and overseas. He and his wife now reside in The Netherlands and are enjoying exploring Europe together.
Sam became Chief Design Officer in 2014 and recently gave TRIPinfo.com a new look with easy-to-use features, while maintaining the 2-click format and fast load speed. Sam is also responsible for keeping the company looking good. An Atlanta area native, Sam obtained a BA degree in Telecommunication Arts & Film Studies from the University of Georgia. Sam has traveled throughout the USA and enjoys playing tennis, cooking and spending time with his wife, son and 2 dogs.
A Marco Polo member of Society of American Travel Writers and creator of CornersOfTheCountry.com, Tom has filed stories from all 50 states and several countries, and he especially enjoys writing about his home city of Nashville. His new book is 100 Things To Do In NASHVILLE Before You Die. Tom was assistant editor at Southern Living, worked 22 years at Gaylord Entertainment, and has written stories for media across the USA. Past chairman of the Southeast Tourism Society, travel and storytelling are in his blood.
|Tom Adkinson Recognized as Contributing Writer for TRIPinfo Digital Platform|
|March 14, 2019|
|Weekly TRIPinfo Email Newsletter Celebrates 18th Anniversary, Adding Deals of the Week Newsletter|
|February 4, 2019|
|Keeper TRIPinfo Quarterly Digital Magazines Expand Planner Reference Every Issue|
|January 1, 2019|
|CIO Eric Cunningham Marks 20th Anniversary with TRIPinfo Digital Platform|
|October 16, 2018|
|New Content Marketing & ROI Marks 11 Years of TRIPinfo Detail Client Reports|
|July 20, 2018|
|TRIPinfo.com Gets New Look; Adds Features|
|August 23, 2017|
|International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) Expands TRIPinfo Digital Platform Alliance|
|May 10, 2017|
|North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) Expands TRIPinfo Digital Platform Alliance|
|May 3, 2017|
|Acceptable Ads Certified Recognition Granted TRIPinfo Digital Platform|
|January 20, 2016|
|Evolution of Online Travel Marketing > Group Sales: Facilitating vs. Funneling|
|January 9, 2015|
|Evolution of Online Travel Marketing > The Future|
|January 9, 2015|
|TRIPinfo.com Launches New Preview Video|
|October 8, 2014|
|Sam Griffiths Appointed Chief Design Officer of TRIPinfo.com|
|June 1, 2014|
|TRIPinfo.com Integrates Leading Group Booking Software|
|January 28, 2014|
|Scott Isenburg Appointed Chief Technology Officer of TRIPinfo.com|
|May 8, 2013|