New Museums & Exhibits Boost Travel in 2017

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  New Museums & Exhibits Boost Travel in 2017 by Amy Lignor   It is true that after a while the “same-old, same-old” gets, well…more than old. Finding a place to visit that is new, fresh and filled with fun for the family can grow into one heck of a research project. But some old […]

With the Kids in the Car “Road Trips” are Out the Window

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  With the Kids in the Car “Road Trips” are Out the Window by Amy Lignor   Travel…with kids. The one thing that most all parents will agree upon is the fact that heading out on the road with kids for a relaxing holiday is a big mistake. Did you ever see the movie National […]

The Millennials Favorite Friend is Not a “New Face”

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  The Millennials Favorite Friend is Not a “New Face” by Amy Lignor   Everywhere you look – most especially when it comes to the world of digital marketing – the key group to target for sales in 2017 is a group called the “millennials.” Millennials represent that demographic which follows behind Generation X, and […]

Abandoned Parks Contaminate the Environment

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  Abandoned Parks Contaminate the Environment by Amy Lignor   Areas that were once just a spark in someone’s mind; a place that could be built to bring fun and recreation to visitors, while also making a whole lot of cash, have now hit the headlines as being bad for the environment. Not the zoos […]