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Adventure Travel Trade Association

601 Union Street 42Nd Floor

Seattle, Washington 98101

United States

Company Description

Established in 1990, the Seattle-based ATTA (www.adventuretravel.biz) is a global membership organization representing nearly 600 member entities dedicated to unifying, networking, professionalizing, promoting and responsibly growing the adventure travel ... more

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Founder
Doyle Public Relations

Education

Bachelor of Arts

Communication Studies

CSUS

Bachelor of Arts

Communication Studies

California State University , Sacramento

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Adventure Travel World Summit - Europe

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Christopher Doyle Chris Doyle, APR, has contributed nearly 20 years of public relations, marketing and business expertise to the retail, technology, outdoors and adventure travel industries. Since 2004, he has served as the vice president of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (www.adventuretravel.biz) and director of the 2005-2008 Adventure Travel World Summit (www.adventuretravelworldsummit.com) events. He's also the editor of the ATTA's AdventureTravelNews™. An active (trail) marathoner, adventure traveler and guest speaker, Chris has managed corporate reputations, developed extensive national consumer awareness campaigns, supported the launch of six Internet concerns, and has enjoyed success with Doyle Public Relations, a PR consultancy he started in 2001.


Adventure Travel World Summit - South America

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Christopher Michael Doyle Chris Doyle, APR, has contributed nearly 20 years of public relations, marketing and business expertise to the retail, technology, outdoors and adventure travel industries. Since 2004, he has served as the vice president of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (www.adventuretravel.biz) and director of the 2005-2008 Adventure Travel World Summit (www.adventuretravelworldsummit.com) events. He's also the editor of the ATTA's AdventureTravelNews™. An active (trail) marathoner, adventure traveler and guest speaker, Chris has managed corporate reputations, developed extensive national consumer awareness campaigns, supported the launch of six Internet concerns, and has enjoyed success with Doyle Public Relations, a PR consultancy he started in 2001.


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Chris Doyle

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Chris Doyle ~ Director
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Active in road and mountain trail marathons, Chris is a long-time enthusiast of adventure travel, whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, backpacking, sea kayaking, mountain biking and mountaineering.He's experienced a host of adventures in far Western China, Greenland, Costa Rica, Peru, Qatar, Kenya, France, Mexico, and throughout the United States.He's pedaled from Seattle, Wash., to Portland, Ore., reached Washington's Mt. Rainer and California's Mt. Shasta summits, and explored centuries-old missions in Baja California's Sierra San Pedro.
Chris's career has been an adventure as well.For nearly 20 years, he's offered an array of strategic public relations and business expertise in the retail, technology, sports and outdoors, adventure travel, fashion, home furnishings and non-profit sectors.He's managed corporate reputations and developed extensive national awareness campaigns for retailers and manufacturers, supported the launch of six Internet concerns, worked extensively with trade organizations and industry analysts, launched numerous private-label product campaigns and managed consumer affairs crises, and launched Doyle Public Relations (DPR), an independent consultancy, in 2001.
As principal of DPR, he handled media relations for travel gear and apparel companies Eagle Creek (www.eaglecreek.com), ExOfficio (www.exofficio.com), Converse, an American footwear icon, as well as Gateway (computers), Altrec.com, MariSafe.com, Moementum (www.moementum.com), American Alpine Club, and others.Prior to launching DPR, Chris, as managing supervisor at Fleishman-Hillard International Communications, counseled clients including Yahoo! and Mervyn's.
Before Fleishman-Hillard and launching his consultancy, Chris was vice president public relations for Altrec.com, an outdoor and travel lifestyle Web retailer.He was influential in developing the start-up company's overall mission, business model, corporate culture and brand image.For three years, he oversaw initiatives that directly contributed to the company's rise from obscurity to a viable concern garnering millions in venture capital, millions in sales revenue, extensive national media exposure and a stellar reputation among consumers and industry analysts.
Chris also led public relations efforts at Eddie Bauer, a $1.5 billion (1998) international fashion and home furnishings retailer with multiple brand properties, 570 retail stores, licensing arrangements (including the PGA, Ford and Abercrombie & Kent), and mail order and e-commerce businesses.Between 1996-1998, he was responsible for media relations, crisis management, consumer product launches and community relations.He also handled media and community relations for $500 million (1996) international outdoor retailer Recreational Equipment, Inc., (REI) and its adventure travel business, REI Adventures.During his 10-plus-year tenure at REI, he also created and executed communications strategies surrounding the launch of REI.com, and received a PRSA Totem Award in 1996 for his work in securing extensive international media exposure for the company's 180,000-square-foot Seattle flagship store launch.
Chris has also served as guest lecturer at numerous universities and as a panelist and solo presenter at numerous travel, sports, outdoor, technology and marketing industry conferences.He graduated with honors from CSUS with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies.He earned Public Relations Society of America accreditation (APR) in 1996, a distinction he's maintained since then.He was raised in Sonoma County, Calif., and now resides in the Sacramento area with his wife and son.


The Adventure Council

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Chris Doyle, APR Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) Director and Editor, AdventureTravelNewsÔ

Active in road and mountain trail marathons, Chris Doyle is a long-time enthusiast of adventure travel, with first-hand whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, backpacking, sea kayaking, mountain biking and mountaineering experience on four continents.Since 2004, Doyle has served as ATTA Director and Editor of AdventureTravelNewsÔ, and contributes to the organization's leadership, handles marketing and communications, and directs the ATTA's annual Adventure Travel World Summit events.For nearly 20 years, he's offered an array of strategic public relations and business expertise in the retail, technology, sports and outdoors, adventure travel, fashion, home furnishings and non-profit sectors.He's managed corporate reputations and developed extensive national awareness campaigns for retailers and manufacturers, supported the launch of six Internet concerns, worked extensively with trade organizations and industry analysts, launched numerous private-label product campaigns and managed consumer affairs crises.
As principal of Doyle Public Relations (2001-2006), he handled media relations for Eagle Creek (www.eaglecreek.com), ExOfficio (www.exofficio.com), Converse (www.converse.com), Gateway (www.gateway.com), Altrec.com, MariSafe.com, American Alpine Club, and numerous others.Previously, Doyle led the dot-com marketing and public relations launch of Altrec.com, led public relations efforts at Eddie Bauer (www.eddiebauer.com), and handled corporate media and community relations for Recreational Equipment, Inc., (www.rei.com) and its adventure travel business, REI Adventures (www.reiadventures.com).An award-winning public relations professional, Doyle has actively maintained his Public Relations Society of America accreditation (APR) status since 1996.


Adventure Travel World Summit

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Chris Doyle Director, adventure travel trade association

Active in road and mountain trail marathons, Chris is a long-time adventure travel enthusiast, especially whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, backpacking, sea kayaking, mountain biking and mountaineering.Chris's career has been an adventure as well.For nearly 20 years, he's offered an array of strategic public relations and business expertise in the retail, technology, sports and outdoors, adventure travel, fashion, home furnishings and non-profit sectors.He's managed corporate reputations and developed extensive national awareness campaigns for retailers and manufacturers, supported the launch of six Internet concerns, worked extensively with trade organizations and industry analysts, launched numerous private-label product campaigns and managed consumer affairs crises, and launched Doyle Public Relations (DPR), an independent consultancy, in 2001.As principal of DPR, he handled media relations for travel gear and apparel companies Eagle Creek (www.eaglecreek.com) and ExOfficio (www.exofficio.com), as well as Converse, an American footwear icon, Gateway Corporation, Altrec.com, MariSafe.com, Moementum (www.moementum.com), American Alpine Club, and others.Prior to launching DPR, Chris, as managing supervisor at Fleishman-Hillard International Communications, counseled clients including Yahoo! and Mervyn's.Before Fleishman-Hillard, Chris was vice president public relations for Altrec.com, an outdoor and travel lifestyle Web retailer, led public relations efforts at Eddie Bauer, a $1.5 billion (1998) international fashion and home furnishings retailer, and handled media and community relations for $500 million (1996) international outdoor retailer Recreational Equipment, Inc., (REI) and its adventure travel business, REI Adventures.He graduated with honors from CSUS with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies.He earned Public Relations Society of America accreditation (APR) in 1996, a distinction he's maintained since then.He was raised in Sonoma County, Calif., and now resides in the Sacramento, Calif., area with his wife and son.

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