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Quest Specialty Travel Press Release 340 West Market Street San Diego, CA 92101 Tel: 619-555-1223 Fax: 619-555-0937 www.questspecialty travel.com For Immediate Release August 14, 2010 Contact: Miguel Bortoni Perez III 619-555-1223 Katherine Quoss to Speak in QST’s Wanderlust Travelogue Series SAN DIEGO – The inaugural event in Quest Specialty Travel’s new Wanderlust Travelogue Series will feature acclaimed Canadian travel writer Katherine Quoss, author of more than fifteen books and innumerable travel essays. Quoss will present slides and speak on her recent adventures rafting the headwaters of the Amazon River in Peru. The event will be held September 12 at 12:30 p.m. in the historic Globe Theatre on F Street in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter . San Diego Union-Tribune travel editor Grant Hatton will introduce the speaker. This is the first event in a monthly luncheon series that will feature a film or slideshow presented by a
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Unformatted text preview: prominent international travel expert. Each travelogue will showcase a different corner of the world, giving viewers a glimpse into the heart of exotic locales. Our speaker list for the 2010 Wanderlust Travelogue season includes Alaskan guide Gilbert Coonan, Serengeti wildlife biologist Erica Stone, travel film producer Nancy Bellman, Himalayan climber Ross Newby, travel adventurer Jennifer Chi, Chilean-American filmmaker Marta Santiago, and oral historian Lee Duong. A detailed schedule is available on the QST Web site. at www.questspecialtytravel.com Tickets are $15 for non-members and $10 for members. A one-year membership to the series is $25 for an individual or $40 for two people residing at the same address. Tickets can be purchased at QST or online at www.questspecialtytravel.com/events.html. Ticket prices include lunch. # # # # #...
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