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Sandy Schadler

Sandy Schadler
Sandy is responsible for executing all marketing and advertising for Travelink and its sub-brands, Employee Vacation Programs and Privileged Journeys (luxury/VIP personal travel). In addition, she maintains a close relationship with American Express Marketing in New York and their Preferred Travel Suppliers globally to ensure all marketing and advertising channels are delivering the high caliber of results for which the American Express brand is well known. Sandy also holds an advisory board position for Travel + Leisure magazine and the German National Tourism Office in the USA.

Recent Posts

Black Forest Magic

By Sandy Schadler on January 11, 2018

The Black Forest Highlands in Germany have long held our imagination as a mystical location hiding magical creatures both friend and foe. I’m thrilled to share with you my experiences within the Black Forest offering alluring service, enchanting people, and enough activities to ensure your loved ones return spellbound with stories to share for years to come.

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Topics: Food + Culture

First-Time River Cruiser: Perceptions vs Reality

By Sandy Schadler on October 13, 2017

Confessions of a land-loving travel professional

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Topics: River Cruise, Cruises, Leisure Travel

A Taste of Barossa Valley

By Sandy Schadler on October 18, 2016

Australia is at the top of most people’s “Live Your List" destinations with Sydney as the first stop. However, if you are a foodie who loves Napa Valley or the European wine regions, then you will want to include Barossa Valley, South Australia in your plans. Located approximately 40 miles to the northeast of Adelaide city centre, Barossa Valley is one of Australia's oldest and most highly renowned wine producing regions in the country, with around 150 wineries and cellar doors.

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Topics: Privileged Journeys, Food + Culture

The Chedi, Andermat, Switzerland

By Sandy Schadler on December 22, 2014

 Even if you're not a skier you'll still find plenty to enjoy at world-class ski resorts, a white blanket of snow adds a special atmosphere to your trip.

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Topics: Hotels + Resorts, Europe

The Montage Deer Valley

By Sandy Schadler on December 18, 2014

I’m just not a skier. Growing up in Michigan surrounded by snow, most everyone I knew loved to ski. Five years ago we moved to Nashville and while I still don’t ski, I do adore the social setting, dining, and services of world-class ski resorts.

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Topics: Hotels + Resorts