Alan Whitt is the man behind the company. It is his passion for travel - and his vision - that drove him to create Allure Quest Travel Experience in 2008.
He believes regular and passionate travelers alike need one place they can go to find information and news about traveling the United States and the world ... and to book their vacations and getaways as well.
They need a travel resource. They need Allure Quest Travel Experience.
Alan has had two career passions in his life - sports and travel. He often says he’s been fortunate to have worked in both fields. Most people rarely get a chance to experience one.
His career as a travel writer / travel specialist is relatively new, but he’s traveled the globe for much of his life, including visiting 40 of these United States. He just hasn't gotten to the final 10 yet.
Included in those travels is a total of 36 cruises on 10 cruise lines over the last 15 years, and countless trips to Las Vegas, Orlando and other popular vacation spots such as Palm Springs, the Grand Canyon, Lake Tahoe ... the list goes on.
But he’s not stopping there. As Alan travels, he’ll blog about it all ... answer your questions ... and put you in resorts and on ships through his insight, expertise, photos and video.
He can do that because he’s an award-winning journalist, who began his career as a sports writer and editor before moving into the travel business full-time.
Come back often to Allure Quest Travel Experience to find out what Alan Whitt has to say. And while you’re there, get the best deal possible as you pursue a quick getaway or the vacation of your dreams.
And check out and sign up for Alan's free daily Allure Quest Travel Report blog for the latest on travel and deals of the day.
Alan Whitt's career in journalism includes years as a sports writer, and then as an editor at some of America's top newspapers, including The Orlando Sentinel, The Detroit News and The Tennessean in Nashville, where he eventually became senior editor. Alan also won two Emmy Awards while working at ESPN as a news editor for SportsCenter.