Leigh Cort Invited to be Guest Blogger
How is Bed & Breakfasting Done in America? Marketing? Food? Hospitality?
American-themed b&b’s are of great interest around the world, so if you have something exceptional to share with me, I’ll be anxious to hear from you..Please read press announcement that follows and you’ll know why I’ve identified your Inn. Leigh Cort
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Hospitality ‘Pro’ invited to be Guest Blogger
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (May 2010) From 5-star resorts, private islands and historic oceanfront hotels to celebrity chefs and vintage bed & breakfast inns, Leigh Cort specializes in promoting distinctive destinations through publicity and cleverly crafted themed stories. Her organization www.LeighCortPublicity.com launched ten years ago when she began representing the 27 bed & breakfast inns association in St. Augustine, Florida.
Now she has accepted an offer to be a visiting ‘guest blogger’ and the U.S. connection for UK based blog/social network group, the Bed & Breakfast Club online.
The Bed & Breakfast Club’s creator Paul White states "I found Leigh online and I'm so glad I did. She has been very helpful with building a network of B&B owners and offers vast experience in this niche hospitality industry, I'm proud and pleased to say that I have asked her to do guest blogging for the Bed & Breakfast Club and she has accepted."
The Bed & Breakfast Club has daily content specifically for small hotel owners. Breakfast cooking ‘Extreme B&B’ videos and online marketing tips are just a few of the subjects approached.
A career often comes full circle. For Cort, who was the Party Director at New York City’s famed Trump Tower in the mid 1980’s, her specialty was producing daily/nightly gala events and buzz for the international ‘Who’s Who’. Now Cort will work closely with the B&B club to gather tidbits of B&B buzz to post for the global travel market.
Cort comments about the matchlessness of bed & breakfast travel: “From personalized attention and homemade breakfast that make guests feel special, most innkeepers that I know take pride in personalizing their property and nurturing every visitor who stays at their B&B. Guest stories run the gamut of emotions – and they love to share what takes place in their inn. This is what I’ll be offering to the Bed & Breakfast Club”.
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