Travel Itch Radio

Join Dan Schlossberg and co-host Maryellen Nugent Lee, renowned NYC publicist, for the 11th Season of Travel Itch Radio every Thursday from 8:00-8:30 p.m. ET.

Call in to speak with the hosts:  (914) 338-0314

NEXT UP ON TRAVEL ITCH: Mary Beth Bassett, Senior Public Relations Manager, Visit Galveston joins Travel Itch Radio this Thursday, 9/29 at 8pm ET. Once called “the Queen City of the Gulf,” Galveston has six historic districts and one of the nation’s largest collections of 19th century buildings — with more than 60 on the National Register of Historic Places. A port city that was once the capital of the Republic of Texas, Galveston has gone from hurricane victim to tourist mecca, with a benign climate and multiple attractions. Tune in to hear all about the area, located on an island off the southwest coast of Texas. Listen live on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com.

2022 Travel Itch Radio Shows 

10-06-22 Jessica Cockran, Vai Resort, Glendale, AZ

10-13-22 Cindy Cockburn Show

10-20-22 Historic Hotels of America: “Boston, MA” (tentative)

10-27-22 Larry Horwitz, Historic Hotels of America: “Most Haunted”

11-03-22 Salt Lake City, UT

11-10-22 Walk Disney World Swan & Dolphin (tentative)

11-17-22 Missouri “The Real Ozark”

TRAVEL ITCH RADIO WINTER HIATUS

01-05-23 TIR returns for its 12th season “Boston Tea Party’s 250th Anniversary”

2022 Travel Itch Radio (Season #11)

Podcast DateClick to ListenTravel Itch Radio Guest
09-22Stacy Barnes, City Administrator, Greensburg (KS)
09-15Zoey Shircel of “Visit Mesa”
09-08Donna Gibson, Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial
Ann Nemanic, Laurel Highlands
09-01Barbara Golden, Communication’s Manager, Florida’s Historic Coast
08-25Sheila Brown, Co-Owner, Summer Nites Bed & Breakfast (Wildwood, NJ)
08-18Ben McDonald “Reno, NV”
08-11Nick Kontis, Travel Journalist
08-04Kim Williams, Eclipse Project Manager, Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage, and Tourism “2024 Solar Eclipse”
07-28Craig Settimo, General Manager, Level Hotels & Furnished Suites (Los Angeles, CA)
07-14Evan Smith of Discover Newport (RI)
07-07Charles Winters, EVP, Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau
06-30Robert Arends, Lodge at Torrey Pines (San Diego, CA)
06-23Brad Barnett, Executive Director, Keweenaw (MI) Tourism Bureau
06-16Lauren Hawk, Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority
06-09Silvia Ferrer, MYK, “Fairmont Mayakjoba” (Playa del Carmen, Mexico)
06-02Marty Appel, New York writer and publicist, “Lou Gehrig Day”
05-26Ian Centrone, Marketing Manager, “Martin County Florida”
05-19Jeff Stumb, Race Director, “The Great Race” (vintage cars in Warwick, RI)
05-12Tyler King, Captain of the Maine schooner “American Eagle” (Maine)
05-06Mary Katelyn Price, “Tennessee Vacations”
04-28Ryan Winfree, PR Coordinator, “Virginia Is For Lovers”
04-21Jim Luttjohann, President and CEO, “Love Catalina”
Gail Fornasiere, Deputy Director-External Affairs, Catalina Museum for Art & History
04-14Aaron Chaffee, VP, Hostelling International USA
04-07Greg Desrosiers, Providence Convention & Visitors Bureau
03-31Dan and Maryellen talk 2022 Baseball!
03-24Ali Morris, Visit Fairfax
03-17Julie Ellis, Visit Myrtle Beach
03-10Jay Smith, Owner-Operator, Sports Travel and Tours
03-03Tina Kumiega, “Explore Buffalo”
02-24Travis Currie, PR Manager, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau
02-17Tom Riford, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for the State of Maryland
02-10Travis Currie, PR Manager, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau has been rescheduled for 2/24 due to technical difficulties.
02-03Joe Lopez, VP-Marketing and Communications, The Richard Nixon Foundation
01-27Nate Sweetman, “Sarasota County, Florida”
01-20“San Antonio, TX”
01-13Julie Holmen, VP-Membership Engagement, Destinations International
01-06JoNell Modys, Senior Executive of Marketing and Communication, Visit Lauderdale, “Cruise News”

Travel Itch Radio 2021 Archives

Travel Itch Radio 2020 Archives

Travel Itch Radio 2019 Archives

3 thoughts on “Travel Itch Radio

  1. Hi, Dan and Mary Ellen. Just listened to your talk with Linda Ballou. I have read Linda’s book about Isabella Bird and she has read my horse memoir At Home on a Horse in the Woods. My horse travels have been more inward than Linda’s: the latest one in the same state forest on the same horse for 21 years. My 2nd book is about the horse-related craft of braiding horsehair jewelry which allows me to hear wonderful tales about the owners who order jewelry from the tail hair of the horses they love. The covers and links to both my books are on my website: swishtails.com. I am listed on LinkedIn but frankly don’t know how to navigate it. Not sure of my books fit into your blog concept, but if they do, I’d love to hear back from you. Regards, Jan(et) W. Alexander

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  2. I can’t believe travel itch radio is still going strong; it has come to me as such a significant surprise. I’ve been listening to it for years now and have been a big fan. I wish them the best of luck!

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