Girls’ Guide to Paris Introduces the “GO-CARD” to Benefit Paris Community Groups and French Tourism

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Girls’ Guide to Paris announces a Travel Perks Program, termed the “GO-CARD” that will offer both travelers and local residents access to a unique program of “exclusives” in Paris and beyond. The program officially begins with a private shopping event at Michael Kors’ flagship store in Paris on November 21, 2013.

Girls’ Guide to Paris is a powerful multi-media platform that reaches over 1.2 million highly engaged readers of mostly women (and a solid group of male readers) who enjoy traveling and experiencing Paris and France. GO-Card holders benefit from GG2p’s ‘little black book’ of partners with exclusive offers, private sales, classes and more. A special calendar of events is a main feature of GO-CARD membership, with rare discounts and VIP access typically open to a privileged few. Visitors to Paris are introduced to a curated selection of ‘things to do and places to go’ making travel to Paris more extraordinary and helping to create the memories of a lifetime.

The “GO-Card” can be used as a fundraising vehicle for Paris-based associations or not-for-profits, or as a corporate rewards program. The “GO-CARD” when purchased for 60 euros ($75) gives the card-holder exclusive deals for one year at over 250 established partners, with special offers around Paris for luxe spas, restaurants, shops, cooking and language classes, car services and rentals, as well as boutique hotels and chateaux throughout France. Plus all GO-Card holders receive 18 walking tours of Paris and a yearlong subscription to GG2p’s digital travel magazine, Girls’ Guide to Paris ET PLUS together valued at $60.

A calendar of special events for “GO-Card” holders will begin officially on November 21st with this private shopping event. This event is just one of the many exclusive opportunities the “GO-Card” will offer to its audiences, including fashion shows, private dinners, tastings and other unique Paris experiences.

The Ambassador Program, another unique element of the GO-Card, gives a portion of revenues back to the local community acting as a fundraising tool for not-for-profits. During Paris Fashion Week in October 2013, Girls’ Guide to Paris raised over $7,000 in funding for charity partner Ubuntu Africa to support children with HIV in South Africa at an elegant event with presenting partner, HOTEL de VENDOME and featured Ann Gerard Parfums, Christofle, and Perrin Paris whose principals were on-hand to lend their support.

Potential partners who wish to apply to participate in these unique Client Development Programs are encouraged to contact Girls’ Guide to Paris to get more details.

For more information on how to sign up for our “GO-Card” to enjoy your next memorable trip to Paris, visit

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