Shannon Marvin

Content Specialist | As part of the digital marketing team at AmTrav, Shannon brings her dual passions for travel and the written word together to create meaningful content across brands. In her previous life, Shannon worked on winning campaigns for Fortune 500 companies in the travel space, blogged her way across Europe for an Aussie tour operator, and served as ghostwriter for C-suite executives. Shannon lives in Phoenix, Arizona where her goals include hiking the Grand Canyon from the south rim to the north and back, and completing her 15th marathon.

NDC in 2024 (Recording & Transcript)

AmTrav's first webinar of 2024 was a banger featuring our CEO Jeff Klee (follow Jeff on LinkedIn)...

Coming Soon: TSA to Accept Digital Driver’s Licenses

Shannon Marvin | September 29, 2021

Business travelers with an iPhone (or Apple Watch) will soon be able to experience a more...

The U.S. to Relax Travel Restrictions for Vaccinated Foreign Travelers

Shannon Marvin | September 28, 2021

In a bit of great news for business travel, the U.S. is poised to ease up on pandemic travel...

Is Uber Failing Customers? Why More Business Travelers are Pivoting Back to Rental Cars

Shannon Marvin | September 27, 2021

For years, Uber posed a serious challenge to rental car companies. The convenience and comparative...

Safe on the Road - Why Social Distancing is Way More Than Half the Battle

Shannon Marvin | August 4, 2020

There are a lot of lists out there about how to stay safe during COVID times and, specifically, how...

Hotels vs. Private Home Rentals - Which is Better During COVID?

Shannon Marvin | August 3, 2020

There is a debate among those crafting COVID-era travel policies about what type of accommodation...

Are Car Rentals Safer than Rideshares Right Now?

Shannon Marvin | July 30, 2020

For a while now, the trend among business travelers has been more rideshare and less car rentals,...

What to Pack for Travel During COVID

Shannon Marvin | May 25, 2020

With stores and restaurants keeping odd hours, and a lot more to worry about from a safety...