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April 29, 2016 Update – Group Cruise News

Welcome! Earlier this month I was fortunate to cruise aboard the 15,000-ton Paul Gauguin on one of its frequent, one-week Society Islands sailings, round-trip from Papeete to the exotic islands of French Polynesia.



Winston-Salem Hosts Travel South Showcase

The annual Travel South Showcase took place March 6-9 and drew 590 delegates, including 135 tour operators, to Winston-Salem.



The Yale Center for British Art Reopens in May

The Yale Center for British Art, home to the largest collection of British art outside the United Kingdom, will reopen May 11 following an interior conservation of its landmark building.



Safety Campaign Is Gaining Traction

Groups are traveling with better safety and increased confidence thanks to the work of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and its outreach efforts to educate travel planners that charter motorcoaches.



New E-Book Explores International Travel

The Group Travel Leader’s latest e-book, explores the world’s major continents and presents the most popular sites and little-known treasures to help travel planners thrill their group.



Mob Museum Opens Permanent ‘Breaking Bad’ Exhibit

The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, has opened a permanent display from award-winning show, “Breaking Bad.”



Lincoln Memorial to Get Much-Needed Facelift

Philanthropist David Rubenstein has donated $18.5 million for renovation of the 84-year-old Lincoln Memorial.



Grammy Museum Mississippi Opens at Delta State University

The Grammy Museum Mississippi opened March 5 in Cleveland.



April 3, 2016 Update – Group Cruise News

Welcome! In this Update, I also welcome MSC Cruises, news of which will now appear regularly in GCN in the future.



Dinosaurs Coming to American Museum of Natural History

Though dinosaurs and birds may look nothing alike at first glance, “Dinosaurs Among Us” lets visitors delve deeper into how birds became the evolutionary legacy of ancient dinosaurs.