Travel & Destination

Heads in Beds

Whether traveling for business or pleasure, today’s consumer has thousands of hotels and destinations competing for their business. In a world where a one-off experience can lead to negative online feedback available for all to see, it’s more important than ever that travel and tourism brands take the business of their reputation seriously.

We’ve developed media relations programs for boutique hotels in Florence; independent and corporate hotel PR plans in major metropolitan cities like Boston and New York; and marketing strategies for leisure resort destinations like Provincetown and Kennebunkport. Our decades of experience in hospitality marketing makes us uniquely suited to advise our clients on how to best position their brands. As individual as each travel destination is, the goal remains the same: differentiate them from their competition and, at the end of the day, win the game with the most heads in beds at the highest RevPAR.


Services

  • Public Relations
  • Social Media Creation | Social Media Management
  • Email Marketing
  • Content Creation
  • Brand Strategy | Brand Audit
  • Naming | Logo | Brand Collateral
  • Websites
  • Signage | Environmental Design


Featured Media Placements for Our Travel & Destination Clients

  • Case Studies

  • Design Portfolio

  • Testimonials

    Robert Sanborn

    Former Director, Provincetown Tourism Office

    marlo marketing provided public relations services for the Provincetown Tourism Office. They are professional, collegial and communicate well. Marlo has helped the Town of Provincetown in building out the content of our Tourism website, concept and create Press Kits (which have been used widely), coordinate press trips, and has done an excellent job in promoting Provincetown worldwide as a travel destination. Additionally, the editorial the town has received is extremely valuable. Marlo and team have to work with a number of personalities and have handled it professionally and gracefully.

    Go to Provincetown case study