Havas PR Announces Release Of Rebecca Keister's 100 Things To Do In Providence Before You Die

Hot-Spot Travel Guide Offers Visitors and Residents the Inside Scoop on the City's Best Places to Eat, Visit and Explore

Mar 16, 2016, 11:30 ET from Havas PR

PROVIDENCE, R.I., March 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Havas PR is proud to announce the release of 100 Things to Do in Providence Before You Die (Reedy Press), by Rebecca Keister, an account supervisor and editorial lead in Havas PR's recently opened Providence office.

Part guide to the city's hot spots and must-dos and part love letter to all the people and places that make Providence truly unique, 100 Things to Do in Providence Before You Die gives visitors an insider's view into the city's best places to eat, visit and play.

The book is the most recent release within Reedy Press' travel guide series.

"As someone who chose Providence as my home city, I was humbled to be commissioned to write this book," Keister said. "My hope is that it will help visitors fall in love with the city as much as I have and allow residents to fall back in love with Providence."

Keister's book provides readers with the city's top places in food and drink, music and entertainment, culture and history, sports and recreation, and fashion and shopping. It also suggests itineraries for people who are planning date nights, family outings, girls' nights out and more.

"For readers, 100 Things to Do in Providence will be like exploring the city with your very in-the-know friend who has the inside scoop on the best of everything," said Linda Descano, Havas PR EVP in Providence. "The challenge will be deciding which of the 100 things in the book ends up becoming their own favorite."

100 Things to Do in Providence Before You Die is available for purchase on amazon.com. For a list of upcoming book readings and signings, visit rebeccakeister.com. You can follow #100ThingsPVD on Twitter (@100ThingsPVD) and on Facebook (facebook.com/100thingspvd).

About Havas PR North America
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About Rebecca Keister
Rebecca Keister, a public relations professional, lives and writes in Providence. A former journalist, she has covered hospitality and tourism for Providence Business News and written for other regional publications including The Sun Chronicle. You can follow Rebecca on Twitter at @rebeccakeister or at rebeccakeister.com.

Angela Carrasco
Media Director and Multicultural Lead, Havas PR