Travel Talk Radio
760 753 1114
For Immediate Release
January 3, 2004
named one of 50 people to watch
in 2004 by North San Diego County
North San Diego County
Magazine honored SANDY DHUYVETTER, founder and executive
producer of Travel Talk Radio in their January issue naming her
one of 50 people to watch in 2004. The January issue is
regarded as the magazine's most important issue published each
born of the philosophy that the local issues, businesses,
professionals and citizens living and working in North County
don't receive the exposure and credit often granted our
neighbors to the south. The editor Annie Cochran noted that
"selecting 50 people from our 860,000 residents who make
North San Diego an interesting mix of common folk, driven
entrepreneurs and artists in their own right and industries, is
an honor. We have some of the most humble, intelligent and
insightful professionals and residents."
was thrilled by the award saying "I am so honored to be
mentioned by my colleagues here in the region where we live and
work, even though we concentrate on global travel issues the
message is always the same, travel is one of our most precious
freedoms whether we are going around the world or to the corner
As a pioneer in
online strategies including implementing electronic commerce
solutions and Web site production, Sandy found that as a
respected Web authority in the travel industry, the next logical
step would be to create a marketing program that could reach
millions quickly and easily. In August of 2001 Sandy deployed
the first Travel Talk Radio program that streamed audio
worldwide. Today Sandy broadcasts on conventional radio, and
brings her stories to TV both KNBC and CNN local headline news.
producer and host, Sandy offers an original view of Travel as
she takes her audience for a ride through travel news,
introduces her audience to the worlds top travel experts.
her audience with up-to-the-minute trends, facts and interesting
news in the world of travel. Her down to earth approach combined
with her natural enthusiasm and curiosity have made Sandy one of
the most respected reporters in the travel sector. Combining her
technical expertise to her broadcasts, Sandy brings a high touch
to her programs/presentations by using technology to produce
excellent content allowing the listeners to listen live or on
demand at www.traveltalkradio.com.
Travel Talk Radio is
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Lake Havasu Conventions and Visitors Bureau
American Bus Association
SANOVIV Medical Institute and Health
Stratosphere Hotel & Casino
Thanks to the sponsors
who allow Travel Talk Radio to take to the airwaves.
Travel Talk Radio is most appreciative.
To learn more about these wonderful sponsors go to www.traveltalkradio.com/sponosor.html
Call in during the
program at 800 760 5362 or
from outside North America call: 858-495-7539.
Travel Talk Radio . . .
Meeting the needs of travelers and Industry experts.
Archives of each show
are available online for 1 months after each program.
Now on television, join
Sandy for a few minutes of travel tips on the Midday News
on Channel 4 in Los Angeles every Tuesday between 11 and noon and
you can see Sandy on CNN local headline news in the San Diego
area twice a week with additional travel tips.
Travel Talk Radio Web
site has become a goldmine of travel information that
can easily searched for guests, locations and operators.
Industry experts and
agents use the Web site and the radio program to hook up
new and exciting destinations and travel products.
Tune in for live
broadcasts or listen to archives . . . You are all invited.
Join the Travel Talk
Radio family and become a sponsor.
Our radio audiences are
growing each month.
The Web site receives over 100,000 unique visitors each
Over 162 countries joined us on the Web in August of 2003
and we are viewed by over 678,000 television viewers each week.
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Tune in for live
broadcasts or listen to archives . . .
For more information,
call toll free 877-TOURSTALK or 760-753-1114
to talk to a Travel Talk Radio staff member.