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June 21, 2017 Business News No Comments Email Email

 Xhibition Creative Agency has been appointed public relations counsel for Extraordinary Journeys, it was announced today. In its new role, Xhibition will oversee Extraordinary Journeys’ public relations initiatives in North America.Founded and operated by mother-daughter team Marcia and Elizabeth Gordon, Extraordinary Journeys specializes in creating unique, custom safari experiences in East and Southern Africa as well as other select destinations around the world. Whether crafting the perfect expedition for couples, families or individual travelers, Extraordinary Journeys has established itself as an authority in finding just the right combination of safari camps, lodges, and private villas that create a sense of place, with experiences that highlight the natural beauty and cultural richness of each destination.

The Extraordinary Journeys team has planned over 2,000 safaris and journeys and not one has been the same, but all bear the hallmarks of first-hand knowledge, personalized service, and social responsibility. Founder Elizabeth Gordon has been named to Travel + Leisure’s ‘A-List’ of top travel agents, and Marcia Gordon, was named one of the ‘Guides to the Super Guides’ by Departures Magazine. Extraordinary Journeys has twice been awarded National Geographic Traveler’s ‘Trip of a Lifetime’ (2012, 2014), and most recently, Extraordinary Journeys was chosen by Travel + Leisure readers as one of the ‘World’s Best Safari Outfitters’ (2016).
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