The Group Travel Leader has recently released Group Games: Custom-Made Motorcoach Activities E-Book, available for a limited time this summer.
The Yorktown Victory Center is rapidly moving toward completion of a three-year, $50 million project that will transform it into the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
The Group Travel Family is busy helping build those relationships between the travel industry and travel planners with the outreach of its YouTube channel.
The World Golf Hall of Fame has a new interactive exhibit that tells the story of the four men’s major championships — the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship.
Live video streaming is a high-tech way to share events such as meetings, sermons and worship services in real time with people, wherever they are.
The Spam Museum has moved into a more convenient and high-tech location in Austin, Minnesota, after 15 years in the Hormel Foods corporate office complex.
A fully enclosed 45-foot glass slide, QUE Skyspace, affixed to the side of the tallest building on the West Coast, opened in June in Los Angeles.
Nearly 200 delegates joined more than two dozen Travel Alliance Partners (TAP) tour companies at the 2016 TAP Dance event in Duluth, Minnesota.
AgritourismWorld, a division of The Group Travel Family, will represent more than 3,500 farms and markets at the Forbes AgTech Summit in Salinas, California, July 13-14.
Welcome! We don’t have quite as much news to share with you this time around, but you’ll still find some very interesting items below.