As of 2012 Samantha Brown has made her own travel luggage called Samantha Brown: Travel America.
The rest splattered indiscriminately across anyone in a four foot radius.
On February 8, 2010, the Travel Channel presented Samantha Brown's 10th Anniversary Special to commemorate Brown's ten years as host.
She performed with Music and Drama Company with award-winning designer ; took 12 years of voice lessons; attended , and transferred to to study musical theater.
In 2008, Brown debuted Passport to Great Weekends, which showcased her in a more informal light as well as following her on more unique, off-the-beaten-path vacations.
Susan had been in a relationship with director Jonathan Bricklin since 2010.
The couple ended their relationship in 2009.
In 2007, she hosted a special titled Passport to Green Getaways, a travelogue to three eco-friendly destinations in North America.