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Bruce Wallin

Editorial Director

Robb Report editorial director and resident travel expert Bruce Wallin has led the development and production of print, digital, and social content for the luxury media brand since 2003. He has overseen the publication of more than 250 issues of Robb Report and ancillary titles such as Robb Report Luxury Resorts, which he founded and launched for the company in 2007. More recently, he was instrumental in the lauded refresh of Robb Report and the introduction of a number of editorial franchises, including Passport, the Robb Perfect 10, and the annual Travel Issue.

Wallin began his media career as cofounder and editor of Trip, a national magazine for adventurous young travelers. During his tenure at Robb Report, he has represented the brand as a speaker at travel and media conferences worldwide and as an expert source for media outlets ranging from The Street to CNN.

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