“The Gift of a Getaway” – written for AAA Southern Traveler Magazine by Leslie E. Royal, Global Travel Journalist & Author

Hey Beautiful Family and Friends!

For Christmas, give your loved one the gift of a personalized getaway! For the Bibliophile, what about the Square Books Experience in Oxford, MS? For the Fashionista, what about the gift of Ragtrade Atlanta Fashion Week in Atlanta, GA? For the Foodie, what about the gift of a Restaurant-Centered Week in Birmingham, AL? And for the Sports Fan, what about the gift of a New Orleans Saints Weekend Game with the team of your choice? How cool is that?

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http://www.ajrmediagroup.com/media-kit/AAA/Southern-Traveler-MediaKit.pdf

An excerpt from the media Kit of AAA Southern Traveler —

“Southern Traveler inspires members to experience and explore their region and beyond. As North America’s largest motoring and leisure travel organization, AAA provides more than 57 million members with travel, insurance, financial, and automotive-related services. AAA remains dedicated to serving members since our founding in 1902. Today, AAA continues to be a trusted authority to our members and one of today’s strongest and most recognized brands. Southern Traveler is the magazine exclusively for AAA members in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Southern Traveler offers impactful advertising opportunities to connect your brand with an educated and affluent audience. “

AAA Southern Traveler’s CIRCULATION: 340,700 | AUDIENCE: 953,960

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AAA Network of Publications Link – http://www.aaaadvertisingnetwork.com/

An Excerpt from the AAA Network of Publications of Which AAA Southern Traveler is a member.

The AAA Advertising Network consists of 14 titles (13 magazines and 1 tabloid) with a total audience of more than 36 million readers. Together, these AAA publications deliver reach and coverage that rival the biggest consumer magazines in the United States, including AARP. Who reads publications of AAA? The answer is millions of Americans with active lifestyles – Americans who enjoy traveling, cooking, entertaining, dining out, attending concerts, visiting museums and theaters, and participating in a wide range of outdoor activities. These affluent consumers dominate spending in categories such as travel, automotive, food and pharmaceuticals, just to name a few.”

About Leslie's Lane

Leslie E. Royal is an author, international freelance journalist, product review expert, social media influencer, global travel writer, speaker, media consultant and strategist. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications including: AAA Southern Traveler, ESSENCE, ESSENCE.com, Upscale, Upscale Living, The Ashro Blog, Blackenterprise.com, Black Enterprise, FORTUNE.com, The Travel Bags with Annita Blog, and The Wall Street Journal. She is creator of the Leslie’s Lane consumer information brand and has penned two books: How to Write and Self-Publish Your Book for FREE with Amazon’s CreateSpace (Amazon $9.95) and Leslie’s Lane The Book! Your One Stop Internet Resource Guide to Links for Jobs, Inspiration, Discounts, FREE Stuff, Scholarships, Travel and More! (Amazon $14.95). Just click on this link to order the books: https://www.amazon.com/Leslie-E.-Royal/e/B00JJFMGO0. Follow her on social media at @LesliesLane.
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