Park Labrea News & Beverly Press, “Pass Explores Hollywood Institutions” / Mar 26, 2015
The Beverly Press covers the newly introduced Hollywood Explorer Pass, a multi-attraction pass with access to four of the best Hollywood attractions. Read the article on beverlypress.com
The Boston Globe, Travel Section, “Boston Pass to a Check-in App” / Sep 21, 2013
In “Boston Pass to a Check-in App”, the Boston Globe reviews the Go Boston Card and identifies all the great benefits and savings that travelers get to enjoy while getting admission to all the popular attractions the city has to offer. Read the article on bostonglobe.com
Business News Daily Interviews Smart Destinations’ CEO and Co-Founder Kevin McLaughlin / Sep 4, 2013
In “How Entrepreneur Leans on Tech for Vacation-Planning”, Dave Mielach interviews Kevin McLaughlin and discusses what differentiates and positions Smart Destinations as a leader in the travel and attraction industry. Read the article on businessnewsdaily.com
Inc. Magazine Unveils its Exclusive Annual Inc. 500|5000 List and Ranks Smart Destinations for the Fifth Consecutive Year / Aug 20, 2013
Inc. magazine ranks Smart Destinations for the fifth consecutive year and no. 44 on the top Travel and Hospitality list.
2013’s Fastest Growing Travel Companies on Skift.com / Aug 20, 2013
Skift, a travel intelligence company, provides an overview of what’s actually working in travel right now, versus what gets funded and talked about.
Tourists take in rich Brooklyn history on News 12 Brooklyn in New York City / July 15, 2013
Smart Destinations’ Go Select New York attraction pass offers access and admission to all the popular tours and activities around New York City. News 12 Brooklyn joins the Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Neighborhood Tour and highlights the key themes of the walking tour.
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Valentine’s Day in Boston on Chronicle TV, ABC / Feb 10, 2012
President Cecilia Dahl was interviewed for Chronicle TV’s segment “Valentine Visions” about ways to spend the holiday, while saving money on attractions in Boston.
Go Select featured on ABC 7 in Chicago / Sep 25, 2011
Smart Destinations’ Chicago manager Michelle Krage joined ABC 7 News with a look at Chicago’s top romantic activities and how to explore them without spending a lot of money.
Channel 22 Feature on affordable NYC weekend / Dec 15, 2011
Senior Regional Director of Smart Destinations, Lori Timony, joined “Mass Appeal” on Channel 22 to dicuss an affordable New York City trip that won’t break the bank.
Technorati: Your smartphone is your ticket to ride / Aug 19, 2011
“Paper tickets are a thing of the past. Smart Destinations, recently launched their Go Select Pass, allowing entertainment seekers in several cities to attend attractions, theme parks, concerts, whatever–getting in the door with just their smartphones.”
Smart Destinations on examiner.com
Go City Cards and Go Select were featured as great holiday gifts for the travelers on your holiday list.
Smart Destinations on Fox Alabama
Smart Destinations Products are featured in a segment on Good Day Alabama as a great way to save money on summer vacation.
Budgettravel.com features Go Select
“Creators of the eight-year-old Go City Card, which gets you discounts for a bundle of attractions at cities across the country, the company is launching an updated product this week: Go Select, which lets you customize your own multi-attraction pass—and carry it around on your smart phone, with no worries about losing cards or tickets on your travels.”
NYTimes Travel Blog
“Go Select, a customizable attraction pass for both the budget-minded and the discriminating, was recently started by Smart Destinations, a Boston company.”
MSNBC.com’s travel blog features Go Select
“Travelers trying to decide which attractions to visit during their summer vacation can now take matters into their own hands. Currently available in San Francisco and five other U.S. locales, the Go Select program from SmartDestinations.com lets users customize their own multiple-attraction admission passes, saving up to 36 percent along the way.”