ENTRY Travel Newsletter


ENTREE Travel Newsletter (1981) is a travel newsletter by American writer Bill Tomicki . [1] [2] [3] It bills itself as “An uncompromising and confidential travelers newsletter.” [4]

As of 2014, it has over 22,000 subscribers. [5] Tomicki said then when it started in 1981, it was the third in the industry. [1] It is targeted to upscale customers, Tomicki said Entree’s average reader is between 45 and 55, and has a household income of $ 455,000 a year. [6]

In 2006, Tomicki described the newsletter operations: “I have a staff of 12 – a permanent people based in Santa Barbara, Calif.,” Where he lives, “and eight stringers around the world who contribute information, which I then edit assemble in the newsletter. ” [6]

The newsletter has been reviewed in the Chicago Tribute , [6] the New York Times , [3] [7] and the Los Angeles Times . [8]

References

  1. ^ Jump up to:b Will McGough (February 14, 2011). “Traveling Man Finds Home in Santa Barbara” . SBEntrepreneur . Archived from the original on April 5, 2011 . Retrieved October 5, 2013 .
  2. Jump up^ Barney Brantingham (March 28, 2008). “Show Me the Money” . Santa Barbara Independent . Retrieved October 5, 2013 .
  3. ^ Jump up to:b Roger Collis (January 16, 2004). “The Frequent TRAVELER: Assessing the value of luxury” . New York Times . Retrieved October 5, 2013 .
  4. Jump up^ http://www.santamonica.com/includes/docs/Entree-Nov-Dec.pdf
  5. Jump up^ “Faces in the Crowd” . 805 Living. p. 48 . Retrieved March 23, 2014 .
  6. ^ Jump up to:c Alfred Borcover (August 6, 2006). “Short newsletters a niche travel market” . Chicago Tribune . Retrieved October 5, 2013 .
  7. Jump up^ Paul Grimes (May 27, 1984). “Practical Traveler: Can Provide Valuable Analysis Newsletters” . New York Times . Retrieved October 5, 2013 .
  8. Jump up^ Christopher Reynolds (November 1, 1992). “TRAVEL INSIDER: World of Advice Sold Through Newsletters: Publishing: Nearly 200 Missives Compete for the Special Interests of Travel Aficionados.” Many are informative, but readers should beware of “hidden biases” . Los Angeles Times . Retrieved October 5, 2013 .