Let’s Work Together!
Past Lane Travels is a growing travel blog with a strong brand and an engaged audience. We are interested in strategic partnerships with businesses and organizations that reflect our readers’ values and help foster a love for history and travel.
Learn more about Past Lane Travels and partnership opportunities in our Media Kit, which you can download below. Then contact us to discuss your needs and ways in which we can work together!
Ways We Can Collaborate:
- Brand Ambassadorship
- Press Trips
- Sponsored Posts
- Freelance Writing
- Hotel/Spa Review
- Travel Product Review
More About Our Brand
The foundation of the Past Lane Travels brand is our values. We are here to encourage people to explore our nation’s history, to inspire them to travel the back roads to lesser known destinations, and to help them understand the traditions and culture of different regions and states.
Go Off The Beaten Path
There is so much more to discover than “the top 10 things to do” in any town. Past Lane Travels goes beyond the touristy areas to share the authentic side of destinations.
Experience The Local Culture
Cultural immersion is such an important part of any journey. The food, culture and traditions in Louisiana are very different from those in New York or California or Wyoming. The influence of the Dutch in Pennsylvania is very different from the influence of indigenous populations in New Mexico. It’s a treat to learn about different heritages and immerse oneself in the local culture.
Support The Local Economy
As travelers it is our duty when visiting a destination to support the locals who live there. Past Lane Travels encourages our readers to find activities and tours that help the local economy. Eat at local mom and pop restaurants instead of chains (they’re better anyway), and shop at local stores. Traveling should benefit the locals just as much as travelers.
We Love Old Things
If you know of a historic hotel, restaurant, museum or tavern you think Past Lane Travels readers would like to visit, please let us know. We would love to review it. We’re also interested in small town festivals that have become local traditions.
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