Greetings fellow travelers! My name is Terah Shelton and I'm pleased to be your new blogger for Corporate Treat. And this is the part where I tell you who I am. But, if you think about it, you've probably figured I'm associated in some way with travel, right? Guess what? I am! And after reading the first few sentences, you've probably figured I have a quirky sense of humor, right? Right, again.
By way of a formal introduction, I'm a freelance travel writer with a lifetime of travel and writing experience. I've watched the sunrise at the beginning of America, trekked through the jungles in the Bokeo Nature Reserve, searched for William Clark’s grave in St. Louis, used my average looks for free gondola rides in Venice, learned the art of Laotian cooking in Vientiane, studied the Soufriere Hills Volcano on Montserrat, walked the Slovenian Coast, and much more.
As you can see, I have firsthand experience about travel. My work has appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines including Backpacker, Draft, WNC Magazine, Senses, Montgomery Living, Pizza Today, Industry, Event Solutions, Concrete Design, Southern Arts Journal, Beauty Store Business, P.I. Magazine, Byline, Trips and Journeys, Weissman Reports, WCities, Sheckys.com, Nuts 4 Chic, Not for Tourists, Go World Travel, Bootsnall, and the Arkansas Traveler. I'm also a regular travel contributor to Accent Gwinnett and Gwinnett Daily Post. In addition to CorporateTreat, I also blog about outdoor sports, adventure travel, aviation, and women's health at Creative Weblogging's Outdoor, Aviation, and Well Woman Blogs. Lastly, I teach "How to Travel the World on Your Budget" and "The Art of Italian Travel" at Emory University.
Ok, so enough about boring ole me. Let's talk about the new Corporate Treat. I plan to provide you with the latest travel information about luxury business travel, corporate retreats, and everything in between. Whether its the hottest destinations, new hotels, great travel deals, nothing is off limits or out of bounds.
All jokes aside. Please don't hesitate to stop by (regularly, if possible) ask a question, post a comment (or concern), or just say hello. I promise, I don't bite - not at first anyway.