Circumerro Publishing’s Rendezvous traveler’s guide was featured in the June 20 issue of the Jackson Hole News&Guide Business Focus special section.
Want to find out the best place to eat outdoors or the perfect all-day family activity? Do what almost every tourist does: read Rendezvous, the traveler’s guide to Jackson Hole. Rendezvous, published annually by Circumerro Publishing, can be found in nearly every hotel room in Jackson Hole and Teton Valley, Idaho.
This guest directory is Jackson Hole’s unofficial traveler’s guide and is the best place for visitors to find the broadest range of information on area activities, events, shopping, dining and more—no matter the season. Rendezvous provides readers with general information on getting to and around Jackson. There are sources listed to find out about current weather, road, and ski conditions, and stories about the history of the area and other general points of interest.
“Rendezvous gives visitors and anyone else new to the area an overview of what to do while experiencing Jackson Hole,” said Circumerro Publishing Director Chris Hansen. “From how to get here and get around once you are here, to history, to what to do, who can help you do it, and where to relax when you’re done, Rendezvous is the most comprehensive, well-rounded, free guide-book to the area.”
Found in area hotel rooms, condos and other places travelers rest, the book is designed to be read and browsed at your leisure. “The format of the book and the presentation of information in it is created for someone to sit down and read when they have the time to do that,” said Hansen.
In its 11th year, Rendezvous has come to be a publication hoteliers look forward to putting in their rooms. The book has been updated this year with a new design and a cleaner, more contemporary look. While much of the relevant information is similar from year-to-year, stories and photos are updated annually. “This year we reorganized and increased the editorial content of Rendezvous,” said Hansen. “We hope travelers find it easier to read and discern helpful information.”
Readers will find information about the national parks and wildlife and a detailed calendar of events. Stories highlight fun things to do in both the summer and winter seasons, as well as dinning, nightlife, art and culture. New special sections were added this year, including “Beauty and Wellness” and “Kids and Teens.”
Another added value in the book this year is that the distribution and content have been expanded to include Teton Valley, Idaho. “Because the area is growing so rapidly and becoming a more integrated part of a vacation in Jackson Hole, we’ve included information and business listings within Teton Valley, and the book is available in lodging facilities over there as well,” said Hansen.
Also new this year is the addition of the Rendezvous Pocket Guide, a smaller companion piece to Rendezvous. As its name suggests, this annual pocket-sized guide includes business listings and a map of the Town of Jackson. The map, sponsored by START Bus, locates bus stops to make getting around a breeze. Eighty thousand pieces were printed and are being distributed through hotels, at concierge desks, in brochure racks, rental cars and at the airport.