Search

AMTRAK DEBUTS UPGRADED MENU OPTIONS IN ACELA FIRST CLASS

Acela

WASHINGTON – Customers riding in First-class onboard Amtrak Acela trains traveling on the Northeast Corridor can now enjoy a refreshed food and beverage menu along with a top-quality dining experience, featuring a return to traditional and sustainable serviceware. “Amtrak continues to make customer-focused improvements, including reimagining our onboard Acela dining options in First-class with creative new options that travelers will enjoy,” said Amtrak Executive Vice President…

Read More

Princess Cruises Successfully Completes First Voyage Following Extended Pause in Operations

Princess Cruises

Majestic Princess Returns to Seattle After First Alaska Sailing SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Majestic Princess returned to Seattle today, concluding its sailing to Alaska and marking the first successful United States voyage for Princess Cruises following the extended pause in operations. The ship became the line’s first ship to return to service, kicking off the partial season of Alaska sailings departing through September 26, 2021. The round-trip, seven-day cruise visited Glacier Bay…

Read More

Urban Air Adventure Park Signs Record 31 New Franchise Agreements in First Half of 2021

franchise agreements

Indoor Adventure Park’s Growth Fueled by Momentum in Family Entertainment Industry Post-COVID DALLAS — Urban Air Adventure Park, the largest indoor adventure park operator in the world and part of the children’s franchise growth-focused platform Unleashed Brands, has signed 31 new franchise agreements in the past six months – breaking the record for the most agreements signed in the first half of the…

Read More

4 safety tips for summer weather hazards

weather

It’s what we’ve waited for: Summer! Though the season brings longer, sunnier days, it also comes with life-threatening weather hazards such as extreme heat, rip currents, and thunderstorms and lightning. 1. Excessive heat. It’s a killer.  Heat is one of the most deadly weather hazards, so don’t underestimate it. Warm temperatures can quickly rise to dangerous levels — especially in parked…

Read More

New Summer Travel Itinerary Offers Family Fun, from the Waterfront to the Farms

Family

TACOMA, Wash. — As a year and a half of pent-up travel demand is driving families to try and get the most out of their road trips, Travel Tacoma – Mt. Rainier Tourism and Sports today launched its Family Road Trip Extravaganza itinerary, a convenient, pre-built plan that offers three days and two nights of waterfront wandering, city excursions, small-town charm and…

Read More

Flight Adventure Park Survives the Shutdown and is Now Thriving

Flight Adventure Park

STERLING, Va. — Flight Adventure Park is proud to announce that for the first time in over 15 months, all 13 locations are now open for business. “It was a tough road, and one that we really had no prior experience in terms of how to navigate,” says Steve Yeffa CEO of Flight Adventure Park. “When we were forced to close our…

Read More

Nature’s Magical Place – Gibbs Gardens is where roses reign all summer

nature's magical place

Hundreds of crape myrtles in majestic allées Gibbs Gardens is nature’s magical place all year long but summer—with vibrant color everywhere—is the most amazing season. Thousands of colorful roses create ribbons of blooms across the Valley Gardens while allées of majestic crape myrtles march along the gentle slopes. All set against a backdrop of annual and perennial flowers—too many to…

Read More

GEICO Skytypers Air Show Team Returns to Perform at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021

Skytypers Air Show

OSHKOSH, Wis — The GEICO Skytypers Air Show Team will take flight during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021 set for July 26-August 1 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, WI. Aviation enthusiasts will have the opportunity to watch the squadron of six World War II-era aircraft perform their dynamic aerobatic precision flying demonstration on three afternoons of the week-long event. “AirVenture is one of the largest aviation events in the…

Read More

Student artwork decorates South Central Extension corridor

artwork

Phoenix, AZ – Cities become more vibrant and inviting when public art is on display and the South Central community is no different. As construction on the South Central Extension/Downtown Hub project continues, Valley Metro is finding ways to enhance the area through art. Students from three different schools in south Phoenix created several pieces of art to be displayed…

Read More

Americans Riding Public Transportation in Greater Numbers

Transportation

Some Areas Seeing More Than 80 Percent of Pre-Pandemic Ridership WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced today that transit ridership is rebounding in communities across the nation. Thanks to the Biden-Harris Administration’s actions to tackle the pandemic, more Americans are on the move. As Americans are going to work, shopping and visiting friends and…

Read More
1 2 3 4 5 21