Southeastern PA resident, Beth Lennon takes to the back roads and highways to be your source for all the retro, vintage & cool old places worth visiting with her Retro Roadmap travel blog.
Online PR News – 17-September-2009 – – Beth Lennon (aka ModBetty) doesn’t just love all things vintage, she’s set out to share this love with the world by creating her travel blog – www.RetroRoadmap.com. Created on May 1st of this year, Beth’s website now attracts more than 3300 visitors a month and continues to grow as her visitors now join in by sending in their own retro reviews and suggestions.
So, why does ModBetty travel around looking for old instead of the new? According to her website, “This is my way of helping these places to continue to exist – by making it easy for you to visit or plan a retro road trip around them, and hopefully enjoy them as much as I do!”
ModBetty’s travels have taken her to 12 states: California, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. She also has a special section set aside for her New York City adventures.
Ever since Beth Lennon got a drivers license, she’s loved discovering places from the past and photographing them. Her photographs are quickly gaining popularity across the world wide web and have can be found on Consumerist.com, Schmap.com, CaribbeanMotel.com. They’ve also been used by world famous cartoonist Dan Goodsell.
Retro Roadmap destinations are filled with all things mod, retro and vintage. These blasts from the past include: tiki and Polynesian pop, vintage diners and restaurants, vintage clothing, decor and shopping, classic cocktails and dive bars, hot rods and vintage cars, amusement parks, piers and boardwalks, drive-in movie theatres, roadside eats, interesting architecture, old movies and classic movie theatres. Beth also lists events and shows on her blog site that celebrates the vintage/retro lifestyle.
For more information about ModBetty and Retro Roadmap, go to: http://www.RetroRoadmap.com or view the Retro Roadmap at: http://retroroadmap.com/the-retro-roadmap. You can contact Beth at: email@example.com.