Story Pitch to the Editor

Jacqueline Prasai

Public Relations Specialist

Eubie PR Firm

1420 North Charles Street

Baltimore, MD 21201


March 12nd, 2017


David DiBenedetto

Editor in Chief

Garden & Gun
701 E. Bay Street #115
Charleston, SC 29403


Subject: Publicizing Baltimore in Garden & Guns


Hello Mr. DiBenedetto,


My PR firm has partnered with to increase tourism in Baltimore from Southern states. We propose to publish an article in your magazine, Garden & Guns, in the Travel section. The article serves as a quick guide for tourists wanting to visit our city. The content includes categories such as where to stay, popular restaurants, where to shop and most importantly, what to see. I have selected the most popular and well-reviewed options for each section.


Baltimore is a beautiful city with unique neighborhoods that one must visit. The current riots and other factors might have increased the negativity towards the city but we want people to know that our friendliness is still strong. When it comes to travelling, Charm City has always succeeded to place its name on famous magazines and websites (Trade show News Network, Fodor’s, Travel + Leisure, and CNN to name a few.) In 2015, Baltimore welcomed a record 25.2 million domestic visitors and realized a 2.5% boom in hospitality and tourism-supported employment to reach 84,438 jobs. We are hoping for the numbers to increase this year.


Last year, most of our visitors were from New York, New Jersey, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Visitors from other Southern States rounded up to only 10%. Baltimore being renowned for diversity awaits for more visitors from these states.


Please review the attached article and feel free to provide feedback. We were hoping for the article to be published before the summer season so people have abundant time to plan.


Best Wishes,

Jacqueline Prasai




By Jacqueline Swarajya Prasai

March 12, 2017

Baltimore has a lot of attractions that will make you fall in love with their vibes. Get ready to explore a truly authentic American city. Go ahead and mark your calendars to travel down from the South. There are hundreds of places for you to visit, restaurants for you to explore your taste buds, and hotels for you to relax after a long day of discovering. It is easy to explore the city with its free bus service (Charm City Circulator), Metro Subway, and other forms of public transportation. The best part is that so many sightseeing places are within a walking distance.


Let it be festivals or historic sites, Baltimore has all sorts of attractions awaiting your visit. Among all the places, here is a list of some of the most visited by tourists. Don’t forget to take a camera to capture some beautiful memories!

  • Inner Harbor

401 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21202

+1 877-225-8466

  • National Aquarium

501 E Pratt St, Inner Harbor

+1 410-576-3800

  • Oriole Park at Camden Yards

333 W Camden St, Baltimore, MD 21201-2496

+1 888-848-2473

  • Baltimore Museum of Art

10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore, MD 21218-3898

+1 443-573-1700

  • Federal Hill Park

300 Warren Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Place

669 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

+1 410-962-5070




Baltimore has a variation of restaurants for you to enjoy. Get out of your comfort zone and give your palate a new kick. Don’t forget to try the food trucks spread across the city. We have some nationwide award-winning places right in the heart of the city.

  • Chaps Charcoal Restaurant

5801 Pulaski Hwy, Ste 1, Baltimore, MD

+1 410-483-2379

  • Sip & Bite

2200 Boston St, Baltimore, MD 21231-3200

+ 410-675-7077

  • Power Plant Live

34 Market Pl, Baltimore, MD 21202

+1 410-727-5283

  • The Capital Grille

500 East Pratt Street, Baltimore MD 21202

+1 443-703-4064

  • The Prime Rib

1101 N Calvert St, Baltimore, MD 21202-3886

+ 410-539-1804


Based on your budget and expectations, you can easily find an accommodation in your preferred neighborhood at Baltimore. Some of the top reviewed places are listed below.

  • Days Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor

100 Hopkins Pl, Baltimore, MD 21201-2602

+1 800-329-1992

  • Brookshire Suites Inner Harbor

120 E Lombard St, Baltimore, MD 21202-5541

+1 410-929-7542





  • Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore Inner Harbor

2 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 2101-3754

+1 443-692-6170

  • Lord Baltimore Hotel

20 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201-2550

+1 855-466-7677


Wondering where you can go shopping while in the area? Here is a list of some popular shopping centers.

  • Harborplace & The Gallery

201 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202

+1 410-332-4192

  • The Village of Cross Keys

5100 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21210

+1 410-323-1000

  • The Shops at Canton Crossing

3501 Boston St, Baltimore, MD 21224

+1 410-563-0302

These are just a few places to see in the Charm City. Come discover Baltimore and mark your own adventure. Whether you plan ahead of time or explore at your own pace, just be assured that you will be having a great time. For more information, visit

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About Jacqueline Prasai

A digital and public relations strategist sharing lifestyle posts as well as sample portfolio.