WhereTraveler Magazine Tucson Spring/Summer Issue 2020 with full page ads removed
Below is a collection of WhereTraveler magazine and guestbook print publications that I served as the Group Editor for that include the Arizona, Charlotte, and Seattle markets. For a sample of WhereTraveler's Eat. Drink. publications—which specialize in highlighting the dining aspects of each city—click the above icons. You will also find a collection of Q&A's and sports articles from the sports website TheSportster.com there as well.
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The original Starbucks, founded in 1971 at Pike Place Market, aimed to develop an advanced and—at the time—unique way of drinking coffee, an idea that a new generation of Seattle-based coffee shops are also promoting in their own way. By Taylor Clayton
Guy Fieri loved these dining destinations in Arizona, and you will too. A restauranteur, author and host of the Food Network’s famed cooking show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” Guy Fieri does not mess around when it comes to food, and the passion he has for flavors of the Southwest oozes out in each restaurant he visits on this popular show. From taco shops, to Peruvian cuisine to big breakfasts, we take a closer look at a number of these Mayor of Flavortown-endorsed Arizona eateries. By Taylor Clayton
College football, for cities of the United States, provides a fairly big spectacle. For the Southeastern portion of the country—where the College Football Hall of Fame is located, in downtown Atlanta—it’s a religion. Attending college football games is a rite of passage for many fans, which is why the Hall’s location is so special. By Taylor Clayton
As Group Editor, Taylor Clayton was invaluable to the WhereTraveler brand. He is a talented writer who can write on many topics, from sports to attractions, from museums to tours and much more. He is highly organized, detail- and deadline-oriented and always adheres to his editorial budget. Taylor always conducts himself in a professional and pleasant manner and interacts in a friendly and diplomatic way with everyone he works with, from freelancers to salespeople to in-house staff. He is equally at home in print and digital platforms. Any company would be lucky to have Taylor on its staff.