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Thrillist Media Group expands to Houston

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Thrillist Media Group, the online service dedicated to helping men find the food, drink, entertainment, and lifestyle they like, has now expanded to the Houston area.

Thrillist has an active presence in many American cities and the service is renowned in social circles for its ability to link together male consumers with the best that life has to offer. With a reach that extends to millions of individuals and includes 21 cities, it makes sense that Houston would make its way to the Thrillist family. Thrillist is dedicated to extending its helping hand to Houstonians by including only the best and most relevant content possible.

“We’ve been creating local content for almost a decade, and as always, we understand the importance of having an edit team on the ground – writers with legit expertise who know their city inside and out,” said Ben Robinson, Thrillist editorial director. “We’ve handpicked some of the best writers in the area who have the credibility to speak to locals as locals themselves, and can help us bring Thrillist Houston to life.”

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Houston resident Brooke Viggiano will kickoff the Houston edition of Thrillist, serving as the initial contributor for the city. Brooke, a food and beverage aficionado, is known by many locals for her contributions to the Houston Press. Her involvement with the new Thrillist Houston is evident from the moment you logon and read “Houston’s 12 Essential Restaurants”, an article penned by Viggiano and one of the first official pieces relating to the city. Weekly updates relating to food, drink, travel, shopping, and other lifestyle related topics will be coming your way each week as the Houston page develops.

Thrillist is one of the foremost web services for lifestyle updates and official information and now the Houston area has a page to call its own. Visit the Thrillist site to discover the many great eateries, taverns, and other trendy places in our great city and sign up for Thrillist’s mobile phone application while you’re at it. The service represents the perfect means to discover new places and keep in touch with the latest happenings in Houston and beyond so give the site a try and pass it on to others via social media and other outlets.

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