Travelbinger Featured in The New Yorker — Take A Look

Travelbinger has received it’s fair share of press, but we were truly excited when a staff writer from The New Yorker reached out to us for a story he was working on. The story was published last week (September 13) and we’re now thrilled to be featured in New Yorker magazine.

Travelbinger in New Yorker

The story revolves around the anti-tourism campaigns various tourism boards have been promoting to keep visitors at bay during Covid-19. Travelbinger founder Jimmy Im, who has worked in travel for 15 years, served as an expert on regional travel.

Travelbinger featured in New Yorker

For the full story Bermuda Wants You! with Travelbinger featured in The New Yorker magazine, click here.

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7 positive predictions for travel after coronavirus pandemic

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Jimmy Im has traveled to 113 countries, stayed in over 600 hotels and has flown a million airmiles. He lives in New York City.

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