Healthy Aging® Magazine Named One Of Official Media Partners For The New York Times 2019 Travel Show

New York Times Travel Show

Over 32,000 visitors came to the 2018 show. Photo: New York Times Travel Show

For the third year, Healthy Aging® Magazine, targeting active 45-plus, is joining forces with the New York Times Travel Show as one of the official media partners. The show which draws over 32,000 attendees will take place January 25-27, 2019, at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.

About the Show

The New York Times Travel Show, the largest and longest-running travel trade and consumer convention in North America, marks its 16th year in 2019.

(Left) Winter scene at Bar W Guest Ranch, Whitefish, Montana (Right) Iberostar Grand Portals Nous, Mallorca, Spain

Healthy Aging® Booth Special: Random Drawing for Free Vacation Stay

Healthy Aging® Magazine invites visitors to their booth, #448, for active travel ideas and an opportunity to win a free vacation stay through a random drawing. Two of the vacation stays offered are a 5-night stay at Bar W Guest Ranch in Whitefish, Montana or the luxurious Iberostar Grand Portals Nous in Mallorca, Spain.

Trade Day Kicks Off the Show

The show opens with Trade Day, open exclusively to travel industry professionals and writers, on Friday, January 25, 2019. Trade is invited to the Healthy Aging® Magazine booth #448 to sign up for the active travel guide to be published on the magazine’s website as a travel resource.

Consumer Days

Saturday, January 27, and Sunday, January 28 will be open to the general public, as well as travel professionals and media. The two full days will be packed with cultural presentations and performances, food demonstrations, and one-on-one conversations with travel experts and influencers on a myriad travel topics for diverse demographics.

More than 300 travel show visitors attended Healthy Aging Magazine Travel Seminar on Active Travel

Road Trips Across America Seminar

Healthy Aging® Magazine will lead a panel of active travel experts on Sunday, January 27 from 12 to 1pm. The theme is “Road Trips across America” and will feature three book authors.

The Great American Road Trip is one of our country’s most vibrant traditions—the open road, the diverse beauty of the American landscape, and the discovery of the country’s regional culture and cuisines.

Attendees are invited to join moderator, Carolyn Worthington, publisher Healthy Aging® Magazine, and a panel of road trippers to learn where to experience the historic, quirky, and unique soul of America.

Panelists include authors Jamie Jensen, Road Trip USA; Margaret Littman, Moon Nashville to New Orleans Road Trip; Jason Frye, Moon Blue Ridge Parkway Road Trip; Stuart Thornton, Moon California Road Trip.

Attendees will be entertained and informed by the experts’ firsthand stories, while they learn the best American road trip routes and what to see along the way. Book signings by all authors will follow at the onsite bookstore.

All attendees wishing to participate in the Healthy Aging® Magazine random drawing for free vacation stays will have the opportunity to have their badges scanned and entered in the drawing at the door of the seminar as well as at the Healthy Aging® booth.

A previous panel led by Worthington attracted an audience of over 300 show-goers looking for ideas on where to go next.

Publisher, Carolyn Worthington, at Meet the Experts session

Meet the Experts Panel Features Healthy Aging® Publisher

Carolyn Worthington, publisher, will also lead a “Meet the Experts” session where show-goers can meet her and ask for ideas on a one-on-one basis. Travelers look for ideas on where to travel solo, active destinations with moderate exercise, and even ideas for where to retire beyond the usual U.S. sun coasts.

About the Show

The exhibition includes more than 610 exhibitors representing travel to all seven continents. Travel seekers can explore the 16 pavilions including Adventure, Africa, Asia, Australia/South Pacific, Canada, Caribbean, Cruise, Europe, Family, Global, Latin America, L.G.B.T.Q., Mexico, River Cruise, Travel Products, and U.S.A. Pavilions.

In addition to discounts and special offers, the show provides educational seminars and live entertainment for families, individuals and couples and seniors.

This year’s event presents an expansive showcase many new exhibitors including leading experts in various travel industries such as hotels, resorts, spas, cruises and airlines around the world. Visitors will have the chance to learn about the latest travel news, trends and inspiration for the year ahead.

Free Tickets to Healthy Aging Magazine Subscribers

Subscribers to the paid, digital, quarterly Healthy Aging® Magazine may request free tickets (a $25 value) to the New York Times Travel Show. Show special subscriptions are $15. Contact for your free ticket once you subscribe to the digital Healthy Aging® Magazine. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE

Passport Acceptance Event in Collaboration with the U.S. Department of State

For the first time at The New York Times Travel Show, the U.S. Department of State will be hosting a special Passport Acceptance Event on Saturday, January 26 and Sunday, January 27. During this time, Travel Show attendees will be able apply for U.S. passports (first time applicants and renewals).

Travel Goods Association at Products & Services Pavilion

This year’s show will also feature an expanded products and services pavilion, sponsored by the Travel Good Association. The pavilion will highlight top travel retail vendors including Go-Travel, Korchmar, Leisure Marketing/London Fog, Olivet International, Ricard Beverly Hills and more.

Join the conversation and follow @NYTTravelShow and @healthyagingnet on Twitter for the latest Travel Show news.
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