Veteran Travel Attorney Expands Social Media

Veteran travel attorney and consultant Jeff Miller has expanded his social media efforts with a new blog and presence on Facebook and Twitter. His blog, Miller’s Travel Musings, is written for travel agents and consumers with a mix of timely commentary regarding the travel industry issues and tips for travelers.

Many of Miller’s consumer-focused blog posts promote the use of a travel agent. It’s a message he’s quite familiar with given his extensive experience serving the travel agent community.

“With more than four decades of working with travel agencies – from the brick and mortar and home-based to the online business model – I know the expertise of what a travel professional can do for a traveler,” said the Columbia, MD-based attorney. “If I can help educate consumers on their value, especially virally through my expanded social media efforts, then everybody wins in the travel experience.”

Some of the issues covered in Miller’s Travel Musings to-date include Southwest Airline’s Rewards Program, the unrest in Egypt, weather-related travel woes, and ARC’s new Helix consortium-like model.

With a nation-wide client base, Miller represents travel agents, corporations, suppliers, and consortia in diverse matters related to the travel industry, including minimizing risks (of what you sell and to whom), incorporation matters, mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiations, and creation of strategic marketing and business plans. He also speaks before industry audiences, both in smaller workshop sessions as well as keynote venues on timely travel topics.

To read Miller’s Travel Musings, go to To follow Miller on Facebook and Twitter, follow the links on the home page of his Web site at

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