About the Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association
The Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association was established in 1987 and is one of the largest B&B associations of its kind in the United States. The B&B industry considers itself the original share economy, offering travelers a unique opportunity to stay as a local. Member inns of the WBBA are also well-known for their eco-friendly practices and farm-to-table cuisine. All member inns in this elite collection of B&Bs are inspected, insured and licensed.
Public Relations Contact: Carla Minsky, cell 920.979.3420, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association: Kerri Thiel, Executive Director, 715.942.8180, email@example.com
Media Policy: If you’re interested in a media visit to one of our member inns and have an assigned story, we are happy to help facilitate. Comp and media rates for one-night stays are often offered by inns pending availability. Midweek dates work best, avoiding holidays and peak season. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Conference: The 2019 Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association Conference is the organization’s 31st. It will be held November 12-13 at The East Side Club in Madison. If you’re interested in attending, contact Carla Minsky, email@example.com.
Download Images: If you are interested in photography from our website or our organization’s logo for use in an editorial story, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo credit line should read WisconsinBandB.com.
News Release Archive
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- Biking is the New Golf According to the Wisconsin B&B Association
- Insider Tips for First-time B&Bers
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Our enewsletter comes out four times a year, timed to the seasons, and each issue is filled with stories of innkeepers, travel trend features, B&B profiles and recipes. Could be a good resource for story starters. At the very least, it’s an enjoyable read.