Eric W. Miller
Born in Houston, Eric Miller got to Amarillo as soon as possible. For 21 years, he promoted his adopted hometown around the world for the Amarillo Convention & Visitor Council. He remains passionate about Amarillo and is on the board for Partners in Palo Duro Canyon Foundation and a volunteer committee member for the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Miller is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and 100 Things to Do in Amarillo Before You Die is his first book. He regularly writes for Authentic Texas and Panhandle Magazine. He loves to talk about Amarillo but don’t call him Tuesday nights—that’s when he meets the guys to sing barbershop.
60 Seconds on Community with Eric Miller – Panhandle PBS
We chat with author Eric Miller about his book, 100 Things to Do in Amarillo Before You Die. For more time with Eric Miller, visit www.panhandlepbs.org/blogs/more-time-with/more-time-with-eric-miller.
Eric Miller’s 100 Things to Do in Amarillo – Rotary Club of Amarillo
This work is Eric's self professed pandemic project and is a natural extension of his years in the travel biz working with the Amarillo Convention & Visitor Council and as a member of the Society of American Travel Writers.
“100 Things to Do in Amarillo Before You Die” Released, Speaking with Author – Studio 4
If you’re working on your Amarillo-specific bucket list, this might be the book to help you out.