Work With Me

Since starting Curb Free with Cory Lee, I have teamed up with some fantastic brands in the travel industry to help promote traveling for people with disabilities and those without. 

I have had the honor of meeting and working with some amazing companies, both small and large. In doing this, I’ve gained an incredible amount of knowledge and understanding of how valuable it can be when brands and bloggers work together to promote a wide variety of products, services and destinations.

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I am interested in working with destinations, accommodations, and more, specifically brands that understand the value of blogger partnerships and how much of an asset these partnerships can be for their businesses. Here are some testimonials from destinations and companies that I’ve worked with in the past:

“I actually had never thought about Iceland until Curb Free with Cory Lee wrote a blog post about how wheelchair accessible it was. I was hooked right away, and got set up with the same tour company he used when he went.” – Sylvia Longmire, Ms. Wheelchair USA 2016

“After reading Cory’s glowing review of the Margaritaville Island Hotel, I was inspired to give Margaritaville resorts a try and booked a stay.” – Vicki Parrish, Longtime follower of Curb Free with Cory Lee

“I was glad to see my Québec through the marvelled eyes of Cory during a recent press trip. He’s a very professionnal blogger – before, during and after – that goes beyond what’s agreed upon. A real master of social medias and writing! His great attitude is also worth mentionning, as it made the trip even more enjoyable. I absolutely recommend any destination to work with this funny, optimistic and dynamic blogger that makes accessible travel entertaining.” – Julie-Anne Perrault, Communication Officer at Kéroul

“I hired Cory to create branded content about one of my clients, the Grand Ole Opry, on his blog and social media channels. From the moment I reached out, I could feel his enthusiasm; it was palpable. That energy carried over to his trip to Nashville, during which he created a body of work about the music industry here that was above and beyond what I asked for. He was such a joy to work with—very professional, super responsive, always positive—and I’m eager to find another project that allows us to team up in a similar capacity.” —Kristin Luna, CEO of Odinn Media

“It was a true delight to host Cory at the #HelsinkiSecret Residence. From the beginning, even before meeting him, he impressed me with his emails as they showcased his sense of professionalism. After meeting him, I was even more impressed with his warm personality, and genuine curiousity for my beloved Helsinki. He writes about a crucial topic for every destination: accessibility, and he is by far the best writer we’ve hosted with this theme. His joyful attitude towards collaboration and life in general is what in the end made the biggest impression on me. The blog posts he created based on his stay at the residence have been some of the most viral & popular ones so far, so we couldn’t be happier with the results of our collaboration.” – Elisabeth Heinrichs, Social Media Manager at Visit Helsinki

“When I was approached by Cory Lee and offered to collaborate with him during his visit to Iceland through my company, Iceland Unlimited, I was immediately impressed by his dedicated travel blog and online presence. Cory Lee has promoted accessible travel to Iceland via Iceland Unlimited through his articles on his blog and via social media and gone above and beyond our expectations. Cory’s wanderlust is both inspiring and impressive and his trips come alive on his blog. Working with Cory was a real pleasure and I highly recommend collaborating with him on similar projects.” -Jón Gunnar Benjaminsson, Owner & Founder of Iceland Unlimited Travel Service

“Cory Lee contacted us, Saku Travel-Tallinn Private Tours, in December. He told about his plans to visit Tallinn and see the main sights on our wheelchair accessible private tour. We were a bit doubtful at first because of the snow…The majority of visits take place between April and October. However, we decided to give it a try- a wheelchair tour in winter! This was the best decision we made. From his initial enquiry right through the tour and publishing the blog post, everything went smoothly. Cory is an engaging and a very pleasant person and it has been a real pleasure to work with him! We cannot praise this partnership experience highly enough.” –Maarja Laiapea and Jüri Pokk, founders of Saku Travel-Tallinn Private Tours

“Cory’s got the best blog going! His article about our GO-Anywhere portable commode/shower chairs proved to be a real attention-grabber and drove lots of interest to our website. Cory’s got a good grip on social media and that benefits us all.” -Rick Goldstein, President & CEO of GO! Mobility Solutions

“Cory is truly a joy to work with, and his travels bring to light such an important need for continued accessibility improvements for all destinations. Reading about and seeing our destination from Cory’s perspective has been eye-opening and exciting! From indulging in coastal eats to exploring attractions such as a nationally-designated trail system and an historic fort, he brought our destination’s accessible offerings to life.” – Ally Dorrough, Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism

“It was a true pleasure communicating with Cory and having him as our guest for a few days. After his departure, we had a glowing review about our services and it was by far the best response from any social media collaborator we’ve worked with so far. The article is still getting plenty of traction on Twitter and seems to take a jump in shares every two weeks. Several months after publishing. This guy knows what he’s doing and is welcome back anytime.” –Snorri Valsson, Manager of Kvosin Downtown Hotel

“Cory is a pleasure to work with. We are so thankful for the publicity we have received as a result of Cory’s posts while in Pensacola and especially for the blog he wrote about us following his stay. We have received amazing feedback via social media and even heard from potential clients after viewing his video (which received over 15,000 views in just 3 days). We are so happy we could provide the opportunity for Cory and his family to enjoy the beautiful beaches in Pensacola and look forward to working with him again in the future.” – Sid and Lynn Hargis of Access Mobility of Pensacola

“In conjunction with the Israel Ministry of Tourism,  I helped to arrange and operate Cory Lee’s tour to Israel in summer, 2016. Cory, an experienced traveler, was very cooperative and flexible which is an important element for both the organizer and the tourist when dealing with travel for people with disabilities.” – Eli Meiri, owner of Israel4All

“Seeing Pigeon Forge through Cory’s experience is a treat. He knows how to enjoy himself and how to navigate a world that’s not always geared for him. What he writes is fun and informative for all readers.” -Tom Adkinson, Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism

“Cory made many friends at the Jack Daniel Distillery this spring! We so enjoyed his visit – Cory took advantage of our modified tour offering, and was just an absolute pleasure to work with from pre-planning to his departure. His enthusiasm, humor and outgoing attitude made for a fun day, and the generous blog post he wrote about his experience was much appreciated. Cheers to Cory and!” – Ashley Schaffner Fletcher, Jack Daniel’s Distillery PR

If you’re interested in speaking with me, feel free to reach out via email at [email protected] and I will respond as quickly as possible.

To learn more about what I can offer and how we can work together, check out my media kit below –


  • Lisa Hay says:

    Love it… you have a mailing list or newsletter….please add me too it!!!!

  • Amer Akhtar says:

    Cory my name is Amer and i own a wheelchair transportation service in the Chicago area. We provide typical wheelchair van service but also wheelchair black car service using MV1 and Ford transit. I am looking for someone to run our blog and all of our social media platform. Can we talk about it in detail.

  • erika says:

    super super impressive site, i’m counting on your advice to help me plan my next trip-you’ve been EVERYWHERE! thanks for the inspiration that you can still see the world regardless of mobility challenges.

  • Alan Duboyce says:

    I am 54 years Old and have been an Independent T-3 Paraplegic now for 32 years from a car accident at age 22 in 1984. I am looking to travel, but don’t really have anyone to travel with, but I would be cool traveling by Myself. I have never been on a cruise but a have traveled throughout the Country by car and airline quite often. If You want Me to travel and write about it, I would do it for Free if You can get Me Good deals on Accessible ships. I have plenty of time on My hands and am ready to start doing something different with My life, and traveling and cruising sounds Great. I look forward to speaking with You more. Have a Great Day!

  • This post is about the project on an accessible wheel chair services. It’s a great project and I appreciate your work.

  • Jason. Jones says:

    Cory I love to travel too. I am limited because I am wheelchair bound. This is awesome! Right now we don’t even have a mobility van. I long for this so much. I am so lonely not being able to get out. When you don’t have money no one cares. Please tell me what I can do and how to obtain this kind of freedom and joy in my life. Thank you! I would love to have your book.

  • Sue Strand says:

    Hello Cory,
    We have the only wheelchair accessible tour agency in the Yucatan of Mexico, we are based out of Merida but have relations with other companies in Cancun and Cozumel.
    We also sell a comfort chair transport sling that can easily be carried with the traveler wherever they may go that allows the individual to make travel easier in planes, buses, hotels, restaurants and more.
    We would like to work with you to get the word out about traveling to Mexico, what do we need to do please.
    We also work with Broadened Horizons, an accessible company with products to assist in this too.
    Thank you.

  • Hi, Cory! It was great having you in St. Petersburg, meet in person after long correspondence))) Showing you our beautiful city, I also learnt a lot from you. Thank you for your helpful advice. If you, being an experienced traveller and blogger, have any more advice or ideas – let me know, I appreciate your opinion and assistance in improving our wheelchair tours in St. Petersburg.

  • Regina says:

    I am noticing that when most people refer to wheelchair travel they are talking about adults or people with cognitive disabilities. I have a teenaged son that is in a powerchair but only has phisical limitations. We love to travel but I have the hardest time finding activities that will keep him interested but yet are still accessable. Even when we cruise there is plenty talking about ten activities but no one takes about accessable activities. I’m wondering if you have any suggestions for me on where to look. I have become a travel agent mainly for the purpose of helping families in similar situations.

  • Gautam Chaudhury says:

    I ama PWD in India.I am interested to work with you in India.Gautam Chaudhury

  • Donna H. says:

    Hi Cory! Love your blog. I am a small business owner who has developed a luxury short term lake front vacation home that sleeps 18 persons. I have a bachelor and masters degree in art and have been the chief general contractor and designer on this project for four years. I am ready to launch soon. Due to town variance I must rent for a minimum of 6 days. I have purposely made this project an ADA friendly allergy free zone that is totally built with environmentally green products and appliances. It is complete with a gourmet kitchen, state of the art security system, wheelchair ramp, thresholds, ADA bathroom, lift elevator from upper to lower deck, game room with foosball, air hockey, and ping pong table.Views are stunning! DH

  • Mark Janssen says:

    I just wanted to thank you for your articles and the model they provide for living with disabilities. I am relatively new to life in a wheelchair and frankly haven’t known what to make of the universal transformation my life has undergone since a severe trauma to the spinal cord, left me a paraplegic some 18 months ago. I recently stumbled across your website and began reading through your travelogues. Before long I found myself feeling hopeful for the first time in over a year. I’ve been working through the usual fears and self-doubts but didn’t really know where to go with my newly-minted sense of self. Your tales affirmed my belief that no matter how dark things may appear, it’s all just a matter of perspective. My life from here on out is not inherently ‘good’ or ‘bad’- just different. Challenging, sure, but if one embraces those challenges instead of running from them, the opportunities for personal growth are boundless. Anyway, thumbs up to you, my friend, and thanks again for the inspiration. Maybe our paths will cross one of these days upon some foreign shore.

  • Kim Westover says:

    Hi Cory,
    I was born with Spina Bifida and walked on braces and crutches until I was 14. At that time I decided to go with the wheelchair full time because my hands were free then.
    I do a lot of traveling. I have been to Israel 22 times. I have been to every state but Alaska. I’ve been to Canada, Mexico and several other countries.
    I get really frustrated here in the U. S. with “accessible” hotel rooms, some of which are anything but accessible. I would like some advice on how to report these hotels and also who I might contact to possible get on some kind of advisory board to make hotel designs more accessible. Honestly, I don’t think the decision makers even KNOW anyone in a wheelchair, much less CONSULT a wheelchair user on if a certain design, furniture placement, etc., will actually work.
    Thank you for any advise you can give.

  • Yair says:

    Hi there,
    Just wanted to stop by and give my genuine feedback on your website. I enjoyed to read your content, I think it’s interesting and very well written. I’ve been on your website for an hour or possibly even longer and very loved it.


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