VINEYARD is a boutique integrated marketing firm that provides
PR, marketing, and business development strategies for the global hospitality industry.


Vineyard Global prides itself on representing exquisite award-winning destinations and hospitality companies worldwide. Our partners share a level of excellence in brand execution, commitment to guest service and dedication to thoughtful mission-driven travel and dining experiences.


At Vineyard, we take a broad approach to marketing services.
We ensure that our brands are crisp, well designed and expertly
communicated across multiple channels; and laser-focused on the
right messaging for the right audience. We can handle anything
from small design projects to long term monthly or annual
campaigns and ongoing services.


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From the first moment you meet them it’s obvious that the ladies of Vineyard Global are a wealth of knowledge not only about their clients but the greater context of the destinations in which they exist. It’s a pleasure working and traveling with them because they truly get it — they understand what is helpful to a journalist and what is not, and they work to ensure we get the most out of every experience, adjusting along the way if necessary and anticipating our needs with a smile.

Kathryn Romeyn, Writer/ContributorTravel & Leisure, Afar Magazine, TIME, The Hollywood Reporter, Architectural Digest, Vogue, Robb Report, Brides, TripSavvy, Yahoo, TripAdvisor

Bespoke experiences are coveted across the industry, and I felt lucky enough to have experienced a bespoke media trip with Mindy Harris and her team at Vineyard Global. From the moment the invite arrived in my inbox to embarking on safari across three distinctly-unique regions in Botswana, Vineyard’s various touch points made me feel pampered, nurtured, and—more than anything else—well-informed.

Mindy ensured we were equipped with details about the various camps and their key players (in fact, discovering the tales of homegrown talent across the savanna and Okavango Delta was inspiring). What most impressed me was her attention to detail and measured thoughtfulness. I’ve observed how Mindy leads with curiosity and passion, deeply caring for her clients and their stories, as well as the needs of her guests.

This was, by far, the pinnacle of press experiences in my 15 years as a journalist. So treasured, my experience was something I wanted to keep to myself to share with only my loved ones (and readers), but the secret’s out: it’s better with Vineyard.

Esther LeeDeputy Editor, The Knot

As a small boutique hotel, we have worked with Mindy Harris for a little less than a year, but her company Vineyard Global has already been immensely helpful in getting us organized and consequently successful with our marketing and public relations efforts. She has expanded our Social Media outreach from which we have seen an increase in hotel bookings and has helped to develop content and brand to have a more cohesive presence online and with the Travel Industry.

Teri & Glenn Jampol, FoundersFinca Rosa Blanca Resort & Coffee Plantation, Costa Rica

As a freelance travel writer, I've had the chance to work and travel with dozens of PR agencies over the years and I can honestly say that Vineyard Global is one of the best. In fact, I was actually quite surprised to learn that it's run by such a small team because the organization was so smooth and professional, from the detailed pre-trip communication to the logistics of the press trip I went on with Mindy. Mindy clearly cares so much about her clients and is so knowledgeable not only about Botswana but also about how it compares to other safari destinations in Africa, it really enhanced the experience and put everything into context.

Laura Itzkowitz, Freelance Travel Journalist/ContributorTravel & Leisure, Architectural Digest, Hotels above Par, Conde Nast Traveler, TripAdvisor, Fodor’s, Hemisphere’s, The Points Guy, NUVO Magazine

This was the best and most organized press trip I’ve ever been on. From start to finish.

Domini Clark, Assistant News Editor (former Travel Editor)The Globe & Mail

I've been on several safaris in the past, both personally and in journalist capacity, but none were as organized as the one I did when on a press trip coordinated by Vineyard Global. Organized itineraries can sometimes be overloaded with too many items, but Vineyard adhered to flexible safari life, with no-pressure day-to-day agendas that included daily downtime to process and digest the experience—or merely take care of other business. That's not to say they were completely hands-off. In fact, it was quite the opposite as they were very attentive to any needs or requests, before, during, and after the trip. And they're not just attentive with media; their relationship with their client felt much more than a mere agency/client relationship. There's definitely a genuine passion Vineyard has when it comes to their destinations and hosted experiences.

Erik Trinidad, Writer/ContributorLonely Planet, Thrillist, TravelAge West, Newsweek, MSN


Our team members and partners are located across North America
and around the globe in Boston, Philadelphia, Portland, Spokane,
Toronto, San Francisco, and Cape Town.


Managing Director

Mindy began her marketing career as public relations director for the Northeast Organic Farming Association, where she crafted a robust event marketing protocol for one of the largest food education and policy organizations in New England. From there moved into marketing consulting for the private sector at the Williams Agency in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has collaborated with national and international brands such as JetBlue, Maker’s Mark, Whole Foods Market and ZipCar on event marketing projects. Mindy served as the Marketing & Events Manager at the James Beard-award winning Oleana Restaurant Group under the leadership of Executive Chef Ana Sortun. Vineyard (formerly Mindy Harris Communications) was born in 2011, and has continued to grow into a team effort. Mindy holds a master’s degree from Harvard University and a bachelors from Northwestern. When she’s not cultivating her garden or busy staring at the latest sans serif fonts, she’s en route to the bush somewhere in Africa.


Director of Public Relations

Elizabeth (Elie) is a skilled communications strategist and freelance travel writer with 12+ years of agency experience specializing in results-focused media relations, marketing, and creative campaigns for regional and national brands across tourism, sports, and entertainment industries. Her expertise encompasses strategy development and execution of PR, social media, and influencer programming; brand messaging development and media training; endemic and non-endemic storyline creation paired with proactive and reactive media outreach and inquiries; and cultivate and maintain media and influencer relationships.

Past clients have included: Boston Red Sox, New England Revolution, Boston Celtics, Killington Resort, Boston Globe Travel Show, Head of the Charles, Fenway Sports Management (Big Air, Red Bull Crashed Ice, Fenway Hurling Classic and Irish Festival, Football at Fenway, Frozen Fenway) Longchamp, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Santander Bank, Feld Entertainment (Disney on Ice, Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey), Boston Wine Expo, Nantucket Music Festival.

Elie is an avid traveler, resided as an expat in Tokyo for three years, and has been to all seven continents. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication + Journalism from Suffolk University; Certificate in Graphic Design from New England School of Art + Design; Master of Science in Sports Leadership from Northeastern University; and studied abroad on Semester at Sea.


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