Last week at SATW’s (Society of American Travel Writers) annual convention, CurbFreeWithCoryLee.com took home the award for best travel blog. Cory Lee is a special man. He was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy at the age of two but being in a wheelchair hasn’t slowed his travels down. In fact, I would bet he’s in the top 1% of Americans who have traveled, since he’s been to over 20 countries on six continents.
What’s great about Cory—besides the fact that he’s a nice guy—is that he blogs about his accessible and sometimes not-so-accessible adventures on CurbFreeWithCoryLee.com, from trekking through the Amazon to hot air ballooning over Israel and everything in between.
Cory has more than 50,000 followers across social media and been featured in/on The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and Travel channel, just to name a few. His site has all kinds of travel tips that make him a leading accessible travel expert and he’s keynoting TBEX 2018 North America in September.
For more, read his Travel Style.
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