Hilton Grand Vacations Immerses Club Members in a New Digital Experience The Redesigned Club Traveler Magazine Complements HGV’s Enhanced Cared Guidelines
ORLANDO, Fla. (Aug. 6, 2020) – Hilton Grand Vacations Inc. (NYSE:HGV) is taking its Club Members on a digital journey this summer with the launch of its newly-redesigned Club Traveler publications. The magazine, shared several times a year with HGV Club Members, and its companion monthly newsletter, have been transformed to provide readers with a truly immersive digital experience.
Club Traveler MagazineThe magazine’s digital design gives readers the ability to experience HGV’s destinations from the comfort of home in an inspirational format filled with videos, 360-degree images, photo galleries, audio clips and interactive maps. Club Members can access both the magazine and online newsletter 24/7 using any device. Making a reservation is also simpler than ever with easy-to-use tabs at the end of each article directing readers to HGV’s booking webpages. They’re the perfect travel companions, igniting the readers’ desire to explore and experience new places.
Readers can also immerse themselves in HGV’s destinations first-hand through stories crafted by some of the industry’s best travel journalists, get the “inside scoop” about HGV properties through visitor reviews and get to know HGV team members and Club partners through the magazine’s regular “Meet the Team” and “Q&A” feature stories.
“Our newly-redesigned Club Traveler publications are innovative, fresh and filled with interactive content for our Club Members,” said Stan Soroka, EVP and chief customer officer at Hilton Grand Vacations. “It also complements our new Enhanced Care Guidelines by offering digital access to the magazine and removing print copies in our suites, giving our members a safe way to access all of the content in an exciting way.”
In July 2020, Club Traveler was awarded five Charlie Awards from the Florida Magazine Association, which recognizes outstanding achievement by Florida-based publications. The awards included: Best Traditional Illustration, Best Design, Best Writing and two awards for Best Use of Photography.