Family Travel with Colleen Kelly films in Shenandoah Valley

family travel with colleen kellyShenandoah Valley Destination marketing offices from Clarke County to Rockbridge County have contracted with Colleen Kelly, a family travel expert and host/executive producer of “Family Travel with Colleen Kelly,” a National Public Television series that airs in 94 percent of the United States and internationally.

Kelly is a trusted voice among families who love to travel or are dreaming about planning future adventures and she has a strong, loyal following across all media.

As a recognized travel expert, Kelly delivered 50 million impressions in 2015 through television, print, radio and digital media. She has partnered with destinations throughout the U.S. and abroad, as well as national brands such as Holiday Inn Club Vacations Carnival Cruise Line (watch her Carnival videos here). Colleen has the reach and influence that will effectively promote the Shenandoah Valley to her viewers and future visitors.

“Shenandoah Valley is a beautiful part of the country and an ideal family travel destination,” Kelly said. “I’m so excited to explore the area and can’t wait to share it all with the viewers of ‘Family Travel with Colleen Kelly.’ ”

Filming, B-Roll and Drone footage will start on Monday July 18th through Friday July 22nd. Locations include Clarke County ~ Winchester-Frederick County ~ Front Royal ~ Luray-Page County ~ Shenandoah County ~ Harrisonburg ~ Rockingham County ~ Waynesboro ~ Staunton ~ Augusta County and Lexington / Rockbridge.

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