Ensemble has launched the first issue of its new branded print magazine – Range. The first issue includes editorial to ignite travelers’ wanderlust with information and insider insights to help travelers plan their vacation with their Ensemble affiliated travel advisors. The overall editorial approach is to help readers discover exciting new destinations, and fresh new ways to rediscover places they may already know.

Complementing Range is another new monthly publication – Range Best, which includes ideas and preferred partner offerings and promotions. Each month’s issue of Range Best will include a timely topic as the primary focus including Family, Celebrations, Cruise, Bucket List, Adventure and Wellness, Suites, Europe and Cruise.

“In reviewing all of the publications that Ensemble was publishing, we decided to combine them into a single property to give us a single focused brand voice for our content, and enable us to start building a strong, unified presence across print, digital and social,” said Michael Johnson, President of Ensemble. “The new magazines have been brought to life with one focused on aspirational travel and lifestyle editorial – along with advertising – and a second allowing us to spotlight our fabulous partners.”

The debut issue’s overall theme is “Europe and Beyond: Expect the Unexpected” and includes destinations such as the South of France and Spain, as well as Kenya, Southeast Asia, Antarctica, Hawaii, Las Catalinas – a luxury resort town in Costa Rica – Bhutan, and more. There are also recommendations for where to go for a digital detox and recommendations for must-have travel gear. A full copy of the issue can be found here.

If you would like to contribute to a future publication, please submit your story ideas here. Or if you’d like to learn more about our opportunities to promote your destination, please email us at editor@ensembletravel.ca

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