…your global guide to the inside scene
|Let’s say you’re heading to Los Angeles and you haven’t been there in years. You’ll have just forty-eight hours to hit all the hot spots, and you need to get tapped in fast. Picking up a travel guide or logging onto a city guide should do the trick, but all it gets you is directions to Universal Studios, the La Brea Tar Pits and tourist traps. What you really need is a guide that can instantly tell you what’s happening, where the hip crowd hangs out, and the hottest spots to have fun. What you need to do is log onto debbieguide.com. And log on frequently because today’s hot spot can be tomorrow’s morgue!|
|debbieguide.com puts a new spin on travel guides and city web sites. It provides style savvy travelers the inside scoop on what’s happening in all the hot spots around the globe, and allows surfers to travel like a tapped-in local, even if they are only in town for one night. debbieguide.com instantly updates its audience on the local buzz---the chic hotels, the power lunch spots, and all the elite meeting and mating grounds. Like having a hip friend in every city, debbieguide.com gives you the information you’ve been looking for, but couldn’t find anywhere else.|
|excuse me, who’s debbie?|
|debbie, the ultimate "It" Girl, acts as hostess to the world’s hottest spots. She’s the unofficial mayor of today’s movers and shakers and the Patron Saint of partying. debbie rubs elbows with the rich and famous, dines where deals are sealed and hangs out at the coolest spots with the hottest celebs. debbie does power lunches, hits happy hour, and even knows where to go after hours. debbie entertains as she informs readers, delivering her reviews of all that is A List with plenty of attitude and a sense of humor. debbie can tell readers where to find Armani at half price. debbie knows which "in" club caters to the straight crowd on Thursdays, but is totally gay on Fridays. debbie also knows how to secure a reservation at the impossibly booked Balthazar, and how to get past the velvet ropes and into the VIP lounge at Liquid.|
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CREATOR OF debbieguide.com:
Diana has made her life’s mission to be the first to know what’s hot and where it’s happening both here and abroad. She was one of the first check-ins at Starwood’s W Hotel and at Ian Schrager’s Delano. She was recently spotted in St. Barths toasting in the New Year on a private yacht with Hollywood’s movers and shakers and the French fashion set.
Diana’s taste for the La Dolce Vita began at age three when she asked her parents, "Don’t you think it’s time we did Europe?" She settled for cruising the Caribbean and had to wait until age ten to do London. From the time she could read, she would pour over the Sunday Travel Section in the local paper looking for where to go next. Not satisfied, she started doing her own research.
Since then she has lived in LA, Saint Tropez, The French Alps, the Swiss Alps, the Caribbean, New York City, Newport, RI, and now calls Boston a part-time home-base. She’s often caught at the city’s hottest music spots sitting in as guest drummer with Beantown’s best bands.
After graduating from Duke University, she leveraged her knowledge of all that is hip into major business ventures. She founded Festive Enterprises and The Boston Social Club, two corporations which specialized in organizing large scale events like the "intimate" charities at local venues for 2,000 of Boston’s fabulous set.
Diana got her introduction to the Hollywood scene at an early age when she started acting in films and television at fourteen. After fifteen years in "the business" Diana decided it was time to produce and develop her own television shows. She created and produced many television projects including one for a major Hollywood studio based on world wide special events (the poor man’s Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous). In her "free" time, Diana is a telecommunications consultant. Major corporations (Nynex, Bell Atlantic) as well as start-ups have all utilized her strongest asset: seeking out voids in a given marketplace and filling them with inventive and profitable businesses.
Always one step ahead of the pack, Diana found herself to be the unofficial travel guide among her peers. That’s when she realized that a travel and resource guide for those who have resources (or want to look like they do) was much in demand.
And thus, with the culmination of these two very unique careers, one more void was filled with the birth of debbiguide.com. BACK TO TOP