Dan Youra's websites are recognized around the world for their valuable information in helping travelers.
As early as 1997, Mark Hodson, travel writer for the Sunday Times of London, reviewed Youra's World Ferry Guide as "potentially life enhancing".
Also in 1997, the Chicago Tribune reviewed Youra's World Ferry Guide website as "your one-stop information source for ferry service all over the world".
Dan is a..."Trailblazer in the niche-tab-biz"
Larry Coffman, Marketing, 1994
Dan has owned and managed a successful publishing
company, Dan Youra Studios in Washington
State since 1981. The company publishes travel magazines in print and
on the Internet.
Print Publications: Dan Youra's Ferry Travel Guide 32 pages (since 1989)
Dan Youra's Official Olympic Peninsula Guide (since 1993)
Dan Youra's Olympic Peninsula Magazine (1984-1988)
On-Line Guides: Dan Youra's On-Line Travel Guide (1995). Dan Youra's
Ferry Travel Guide (1995) Dan Youra's Official Olympic Peninsula Guide (1995.
Dan is a..."Public Relations Whiz"
Emmett Watson, The Seattle Times, 1988
designed the Official Guidebook for the Washington State Pavilion at EXPO 86 in
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, served as Executive Director of the Olympic
Peninsula Travel Association (1984-1995), designed advertising campaigns for
businesses, regional organizations, cities and counties around Puget Sound and
the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Dan is a..."Pioneer in the Global Village" Dan Evans, Governor, Washington State,
Dan designed the Global Village Exhibit for EXPO 74 in Spokane Washington, worked
with the World Futures Society in Washington State, assisted the Puerto Rican
Information and Decision Environment project for the National Science Foundation
in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1971 and published Cosmic Mechanix Information and
Communications Guide in 1974.
EMPLOYMENT State Government: Washington State Council on Higher Education
(1971-72) Washington State Library (1973)
Washington State Department of Employment Security (1974) EDUCATION Graduate School: Ohio State University, Behavioral
Sciences Laboratory (1968-1970)
University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research (summer, 1969) Fulbright Scholarship: US Department of State, Universidad del Salvador,
Buenos Aires, Argentina (1968) Universidad Nacional, Tucuman (1967) Undergraduate degree: Bachelor of Arts, International Studies, University
of Wisconsin (1965-67)
Prep School: Maryknoll Seminary, Glen Ellyn, Illinois (1964-65)
High School: St. Lawrence Seminary, Mt. Calvary, Wisconsin
(1959-63) Grade School: St. Maryıs, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (52-59) TESTIMONIALS
"Looks great - We give out your ferry
schedules all the time."
Irene Flowers, Tourist Center Coordinator Kalama
"Great information - We have lots of requests for ferry schedules and general
information about that area." Adell Harbell, Receptionist Longview Chamber of
"Good idea! Being here in Anacortes we have many requests for simple customs
information. Your article is just right." Barbara Fisher, Travel Consultant
Anacortes Chamber of Commerce.
"Very well done. We get lots of requests for ferry schedules. I'm sure the
Ferry Travel Guide will soon be just as popular with the tourist traffic, as well
as with the locals." Midge Taylor, Manager Burlington Chamber of Commerce
book is Great - Thanks, it makes my job a lot easier."
Beverly Hammik, Manager
Woodland Tourist Information Center.
"Best information in one place for our tourists. We have requests everyday for
Carol Wintlandt, Manager North Mason Chamber of Commerce
"I think it is great. We send to people from all over the U.S. and Canada plus
some overseas tourists who write or call for information on Washington."
Nolan, Receptionist U.S. Forest Service.
"We appreciate your Ferry Guide - this should be very popular wherever it is. We
get quite a few requests for ferry schedules and information. We certainly will
see it is put out for the public to see."
Linda Cameron, Office Manager
Ellensburg Chamber of Commerce.
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