TRAVEL SAVVY Magazine Relaunches Today

First Magazine Devoted to ‘Lists That Matter’ Hits Stands Sept. 13, 2005

NEW YORK, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ — David Letterman has his Top 10 list. People has its annual 50 most beautiful people. But only one magazine, TRAVEL SAVVY, is devoted to lists, capitalizing on an American obsession. The just re-launched bimonthly has a new look and new editorial focus: It makes travel sexy and smart. Under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Jill Brooke, a former CNN correspondent and New York Post and Daily News columnist, TRAVEL SAVVY is redefining the travel category.

The bimonthly consumer publication’s September/October issue hits stands today. The cover price is $3.99 with a yearly subscription rate of $12.00.

Purchased by liquor mogul Sidney Frank in January, TRAVEL SAVVY’s lists showcase the “best of” in every category: destinations, hotels, cuisine, nightlife, fashion, art and adventure — with a twist. TRAVEL SAVVY taps acclaimed experts to provide lists that celebrate the travel lifestyle.

Only TRAVEL SAVVY magazine knows Ray Romano’s 10 favorite restaurants; Uma Thurman’s spiritual retreat; hip-hop entrepreneur Damon Dash’s 5 hippest nightclubs; pop-culture author Chris Epting’s 10 coolest pop pilgrimages; shark researcher Aidan Martin’s exciting shark dives; Jo Malone’s 8 aromatic hotels; and The Coffee Review’s Kenneth Davids’ most satisfying coffees.

“Anyone can Google a place and get travel information,” says Brooke, “but the list concept sets us apart. Whether our experts give the best hotels for picky eaters worldwide, New York’s most unusual attractions, the hottest tango clubs in Buenos Aires or the best seashell beaches, each list will provide top-notch information you can’t get anywhere else.”

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