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  • Sabre analyses new VP, Net Trans shake-up, Amadeus new APAC boss, and more…

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    29 Jul 2015 | 9:45 am
    This is a roundup of product news and announcements for people moves in tourism and hospitality for July 2015: Wednesday 29 July 2015: Sabre hires data VP Zul Sidi will become vice president of enterprise data and analyitcs, joining from Rogers Communications in Canada where he held a similar role. Sidi will be responsible for developing data-driven products and assets for use across the business, reporting into chief product and technology officer, Deborah Kerr. Monday 27 July 2015: Net Trans loses chief operating officer Kai Holmberg has quit as the company’s COO to pursue  other…
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    Kansas Sampler Foundation-GET KANSAS!
    Get Kansas!
    19 Jul 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Dena Patte of Ellis Alliance won a We Kan! Award -- but she didn't know it.  The awards are first presented at the Kansas Sampler Festival, held in May.  Those who aren't present are awarded in a variety of other ways in the following weeks and months.WenDee and I were on our way to Sherman County to do our guidebook research.  We intentionally went through Ellis to present Dena her We Kan! award plate.  About 15 minutes before we got to Ellis we had the idea to call the city office and see who they could round up to be at Dena's award presentation.We drove into town and…
  • Room Nights Increasingly Suspect

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    29 Jul 2015 | 5:26 am
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  • Would you like to see the Olympics in Toronto, Canada in 2024?

    Canadian and World Tourism
    Jaime Horwitz Rodriguez
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:31 am
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photo: Cactus Rock New MediaAfter what most observers - and pretty much all the athletes delegations - have called a successful Toronto 2015 PanAm Games, there is a lot of talk about Toronto bidding for the 2024 Olympic Games. I have my own opinions on the matter which I will express in a LinkedIn article in the next few days, but here I just want to put the question out there? Do you think Toronto, Canada would be a great selection to host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games? Canada has hosted the Winter Olympics twice: Calgary 1998 and Vancouver 2010. And the Summer…
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  • Sabre analyses new VP, Net Trans shake-up, Amadeus new APAC boss, and more…

    Tnooz
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:45 am
    This is a roundup of product news and announcements for people moves in tourism and hospitality for July 2015: Wednesday 29 July 2015: Sabre hires data VP Zul Sidi will become vice president of enterprise data and analyitcs, joining from Rogers Communications in Canada where he held a similar role. Sidi will be responsible for developing data-driven products and assets for use across the business, reporting into chief product and technology officer, Deborah Kerr. Monday 27 July 2015: Net Trans loses chief operating officer Kai Holmberg has quit as the company’s COO to pursue  other…
  • Six million products and counting – AllTheRooms adds Couchsurfing

    Martin Cowen
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Accommodation aggregator AllTheRooms has taken another step towards its ambitious plan to list “every room, everywhere” by integrating Couchsurfing inventory into its search results. AllRheRooms, which featured as a Tnooz startup pitch back in November 2013, bundles content from a range of providers from booking.com and Expedia to Groupon and Hotwire via Hostelworld and Glampinghub. With Couchsurfing having a reported one million options, AllTheRooms now has more than six million places to stay on its books, backing its claim to be the world’s largest accommodation search…
  • Amadeus upgrades Caribbean Airlines, Travelport circles Radius Travel, and more…

    Tnooz
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
    This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for July 2015. Wednesday 29 July 2015: Amadeus upgrades PSS for Caribbean Airlines The Trinidad & Tobago-based carrier will use the Amadeus Passenger Service System has part of a wider digital overhaul. Features will include the system’s reservation, airport check-in, ticketing, inventory management and ecommerce tools. Tuesday 28 July 2015: Travelport signs Radius Travel technology deal The agreement covers all of the brands in the Radius network, including Cos & Kings in India,…
  • Skyscanner tests bookings on air tickets, claims huge jump in conversions

    Kevin May
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:15 am
    The trend to give users the chance to make bookings on metasearch engines continues – with Skyscanner confirming it has joined the fray in recent months. The UK-based travel search engine will now let customers book directly with a range of partners from within the existing website or via its mobile application. The pilot scheme has been kept under wraps for quite some time, with officials saying the “facilitated booking” facility available in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand on some tickets since last year. Currently the ability to complete a transaction and…
  • Build trust with your hotel guests in four steps

    Special Nodes
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Hotel guests today expect their interactions with brands to be personal and relevant to their interests. In fact according to AgilOne, 70% of consumers expect more personalized services from brands. NB This is an analysis by Carolyn Murphy, marketing content manager for Revinate. But they also have expectations with regard to data privacy. TRUSTe recently found that 42% of US consumers are more concerned about data privacy than they were one year ago. The question is, how can hoteliers collect the data they need to develop personal relationships with their guests without being invasive? There…
 
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    Kansas Sampler Foundation-GET KANSAS!

  • Flash mob presentation

    Get Kansas!
    19 Jul 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Dena Patte of Ellis Alliance won a We Kan! Award -- but she didn't know it.  The awards are first presented at the Kansas Sampler Festival, held in May.  Those who aren't present are awarded in a variety of other ways in the following weeks and months.WenDee and I were on our way to Sherman County to do our guidebook research.  We intentionally went through Ellis to present Dena her We Kan! award plate.  About 15 minutes before we got to Ellis we had the idea to call the city office and see who they could round up to be at Dena's award presentation.We drove into town and…
  • Is it you?

    Get Kansas!
    18 Jan 2015 | 6:28 pm
    Is your organization, event, or council thriving? If not, it may be time to ask yourself the hard question.  Is it me?Can you find volunteers for your event?Do you have enthusiastic, or frustrated workers?Do you have turnover and don’t know why?Do you have a growing membership?Are things really clicking in your daily operations?Are your meetings productive and end with action items?When we are the problem, it’s really hard to see, even harder to admit.  And, it’s hard for someone to tell you that it’s you.If things aren’t working, you probably aren’t happy…
  • A GROCERY STORE OPENING

    Get Kansas!
    18 Nov 2013 | 6:59 pm
    It seems so cut and dry.  A grocery store opening.  In a small town, a grocery store opening is everything, it's about sustainability.  It's about a future.A grocery store makes a town functional.Morland is a town of about 150 people. For a wholesale truck to stop, a store has to buy $10,000 worth of inventory a week.This fact, plus utility costs, has made it almost impossible for small towns to have a store.  Morland found a way.Due to a very determined Morland Community Foundation board and a supportive citizenry, a store that provides groceries in Morland is once…
  • Community tributes to veterans

    Get Kansas!
    11 Nov 2013 | 8:41 am
    It seems that almost every town in Kansas has some kind of memorial to veterans, whether it be recently made or dates back to the Civil War.  Here are a few that we have found on our ERV trip.Courthouse square, IolaCourthouse square, Great BendSac and Fox tribal offices, Reserve, Brown CountyAvenue E and 26th, WilsonOld parade ground, Fort DodgeFort Riley CemeteryUlysses Cemetery, E. 160Tribune, N. K-27Hoisington Cemetery (northeast corner of town, bordering K-4), African American folk art gravestoneCourthouse square, HoltonPrairie People's Park, Prairie Band of the Potawatomi…
  • Why did the Kansas Sampler Foundation spend so much time with Muscotah?

    Get Kansas!
    5 Aug 2013 | 3:44 pm
    Several people have asked why we have spent so much time supporting and promoting Muscotah.  I have been remiss in explaining this part!TO LEARNTwo towns were chosen to help us learn some things so we could create a successful program called Kanstarter (formerly known as the We Kan! Bank), that will be of benefit to all Kansas communities.The plan is for Kanstarter to operate somewhat like Kickstarter, a crowdsourcing funding mechanism for the global creative arts world. Kanstarter will be used to connect community projects with those who want to help through volunteerism or…
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  • Room Nights Increasingly Suspect

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  • Well...There's That

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    28 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
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  • Why Uber and Not Airbnb?

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    27 Jul 2015 | 5:31 am
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    24 Jul 2015 | 6:09 am
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    22 Jul 2015 | 7:52 pm
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    Canadian and World Tourism

  • Would you like to see the Olympics in Toronto, Canada in 2024?

    Jaime Horwitz Rodriguez
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:31 am
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photo: Cactus Rock New MediaAfter what most observers - and pretty much all the athletes delegations - have called a successful Toronto 2015 PanAm Games, there is a lot of talk about Toronto bidding for the 2024 Olympic Games. I have my own opinions on the matter which I will express in a LinkedIn article in the next few days, but here I just want to put the question out there? Do you think Toronto, Canada would be a great selection to host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games? Canada has hosted the Winter Olympics twice: Calgary 1998 and Vancouver 2010. And the Summer…
  • Has Toronto 2015 missed the mark hiring Kanye West for the PanAm Games Closing Ceremony ? My dream lineup!

    Jaime Horwitz Rodriguez
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:07 pm
    "I am God's vessel. But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live."Kanye WestThousands of people have not taken it well that Kanye West was hired as the headliner for the Toronto PanAm Games Closing Ceremony.  Many petitions sprung up on Change.org asking the organizers to replace Kanye West with a Canadian Star. So many petitions in fact that a spokesperson for Change.org said he had never seen so many petitions about the same thing come up in a very short period of time. At last count the most successful of these petitions had over 52,000…
  • Fresh. Best restaurant in Toronto for Vegans and Vegetarians!

    Jaime Horwitz Rodriguez
    20 Jul 2015 | 10:12 am
    Beet Root Frappée from Fresh, Toronto. Photo: Canadian and World TourismI am not a vegetarian nor a vegan. I am definitely an omnivore. But my daughter is almost 100% vegan. Her choice is not ideological. She just likes vegan food very much. And she believes it's healthier for her body. I kid her about it sometimes when she cooks dinner and I say "what are we having after this? Where's the food?" She actually makes some mean salads and smoothies.This past weekend, we all went to Wards Island in Toronto to spend sometime at the beach. Then we went for dinner and my daughter chose the…
  • Spirit of the Games. A wonderful Moment! Men's Gymnastics at Toronto 2015 #PanAmGames

    Jaime Horwitz Rodriguez
    16 Jul 2015 | 10:42 am
    Samuel Mikulak, 1st All Around Champion hugs Manrique Larduet, 2nd place All Around. Toronto Pan Am Games.I was very impressed by the organization at CIBC's PanAm Park to attend the Men's Individual Gymnastics Competition. Got there on time very easily from the West of the City using our public transportation system, the TTC, subway and streetcar. After the security check point we walked to the Toronto Coliseum (also known as the Ricoh Coliseum) at Exhibition Place. My daughter and I enjoyed watching the best male gymnasts in the Americas doing their best in the various disciplines.Men's…
 
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  • India's Tourism Sector Can Add $100 Billion To GDP: Macquarie - ValueWalk

    29 Jul 2015 | 3:42 am
    India's Tourism Sector Can Add $100 Billion To GDP: MacquarieValueWalkThe tourism sector in India holds immense potential, and if the government sustains its renewed focus, the sector can add $100 billion to GDP by 2024, notes research firm Macquarie. Rakesh Arora and Arjun Bhattacharya of Macquarie in their July 27
  • Aussie Tourism Not The Reason For Stable Unemployment - Daily Reckoning - Australian Edition

    28 Jul 2015 | 11:30 pm
    Daily Reckoning - Australian EditionAussie Tourism Not The Reason For Stable UnemploymentDaily Reckoning - Australian EditionAustralia's tourism industry has had a good year. Earnings rose to $17 billion, making tourism a bigger deal even than coal. In fact, tourism is now the nation's second largest export earner, trailing only iron ore. According to Barclays, non-mining and more »
  • Victoria tourism industry best in decades - CHEK

    28 Jul 2015 | 6:06 pm
    CHEKVictoria tourism industry best in decadesCHEKTourism is booming in the British Columbia capital and it's injecting hundreds of millions of dollars into the local economy. The great weather, high U.S. dollar, re-bounding movie industry and a huge increase in conferences is all fueling the boom
  • Why the Caribbean Tourism Industry Needs to Work Together - Caribbean Journal

    28 Jul 2015 | 2:26 pm
    Caribbean JournalWhy the Caribbean Tourism Industry Needs to Work TogetherCaribbean JournalHe called for support for the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association's (CHTA) Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF), a three-day event in October which offers opportunities for education, networking, and the sharing of the Caribbean's ...Caribbean tourism growth needs collective strategy, says hotelierCaribbean News Now (press release) (blog)all 4 news articles »
  • Travel Tax Harmful for Tourism Industry - Scoop.co.nz (press release)

    28 Jul 2015 | 2:24 pm
    Travel Tax Harmful for Tourism IndustryScoop.co.nz (press release)“New Zealand First agrees with the Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand (TIA) that the Border Clearance Levy (or travel tax) is bad policy and another example of this government focusing solely on balancing the books, rather than looking after and more »
 
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  • A Life-Changing Experience Challenge in Ghana

    editor
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:35 am
    With every trip we take, we bring home stories: how we saw the Northern Lights from the airplane on our way to Reykjavik, Iceland; how it felt like we were being showered with stars as we snuggled into our blankets in Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert; how we realised that yes, balsamic vinegar can be taken to the next level in Modena, Italy. Jiah Ham with William, her host at AfriKids Blue Sky Travel in Ghana. Photo courtesy of AfriKids Blue Sky Travel But the story I brought back from my Experience Challenge in Ghana with AfriKids’ Blue Sky Travel Ltd. was one about people. And it was…
  • The Brutal Truth About Voluntourism – And What to Do About It

    editor
    13 Jul 2015 | 5:18 am
    When you hear the word “voluntourism,” what comes to mind? If you’re like many people, you may picture privileged white people heading to a developing country and doing a few days of service with the aim of inflating their egos while embellishing their Instagram streams. Yuck. This type of surface voluntourism has given the industry a bad rap – and deservedly so. Volunteer vacations should be fun and educational. Here, a volunteer in the Dominican Republic takes a break from building a clinic made of plastic bottles to practice some dance steps with a local youth. Photo…
  • The Fight Against Human Trafficking: A Visit to the Indian Border with Maiti Nepal

    editor
    25 May 2015 | 8:53 am
    EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was written before the devastating earthquakes that hammered Nepal. It was intended for publication at a time when the additional burdens of recovery from natural disaster were not foremost in everyone’s mind. Although it doesn’t address the specifics of these pressing needs, it still addresses a concern of critical importance, as times like these are when predators step up their work taking advantage of the weak. It is a time when girls are most at risk. We stood at the border between India and Nepal surrounded by a cacophony of sounds and…
  • The Homestay Initiative in Malawi: Appreciating Local Culture

    editor
    23 Feb 2015 | 4:15 am
    The Responsible Safari Company (RSC) and Youth for Development and Productivity (YODEP) are in the process of designing a Homestay Initiative through which guests can experience authentic village life in Malawi. The hope is that through guests experiencing day-to-day life and taking part in traditional customs, local people will appreciate the importance of safeguarding their cultural practices and traditions, despite the speed with which the world is changing around them. It will also be an income-generating activity for YODEP, sponsored by RSC. At the same time, guests will learn about…
  • How Independent Hotels Can Get a Free Digital Marketing HealthCheck

    editor
    16 Feb 2015 | 8:16 am
    Digital marketing for hotels is complex. In an ideal world, every hotel would welcome all online bookings directly through its website, mobile website or Facebook page. Unless the hotel is the only one in town, though, the reality is decidedly different, so most hotels use third-party distributors like OTAs (online travel agency) or GDS (global distribution system) networks to complement their direct sales efforts. The trick is to establish a good balance between them. The Hotel Link Solutions HealthCheck service is free and provides a scored report for accommodations using 55 separate…
 
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  • Are These Nine Tourist Icons Dying?

    Bill Baker
    22 Jul 2015 | 7:13 pm
    A recent feature on CNN warning of the dangers of tourism to some of the world’s most iconic locations caught my attention. While many places around the world are doing an admirable job in protecting their sites of great cultural and natural significance, some of the most unique and popular may not be doing so well. The CNN article highlighted the delicate state of nine iconic attractions because of the hordes of visitors they attract at peak times and the impacts of climate change. Angkor Wot Caves of Altimira Great Barrier Reef Great Wall of China Machu Picchu Masai Mara Sistine Chapel…
  • Who’s Killing America’s Summer Vacation?

    Bill Baker
    14 Jul 2015 | 4:21 pm
    During my years visiting, living and working in the USA, I never cease to be aware at how hard Americans work and how little vacation time they receive. Actually, the USA is the only Advanced Economy not to provide its workers with guaranteed vacation time.  Employers are not required to offer any paid holidays or time off. A Time Magazine cover story on June 1 titled, “Who Killed Summer Vacation?, shone a light on many of the issues that are seeing Americans with less and less time off work. Despite productivity gains since 2000, the American worker has, on average, ceded a full week of…
  • Will Japan’s Tourism Boom Lead to a Place Branding Boom?

    Bill Baker
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:20 pm
    Over the years many of my most well-travelled friends have said that Japan is the most beautiful and fascinating country they have visited. It turns out they were well-informed early adopters because Japan is emerging as one of the world’s hottest destinations following decades of sluggish visitation numbers. The cheaper Yen, easier visas, booming outbound tourism from China and increased destination marketing have resulted in international arrivals exceeding 10 million for the first time.  The aim of Japan National Tourism Office is to attract over 20 million visitors when Tokyo hosts the…
  • What are the Greatest Opportunities in Branding Small Cities?

    Bill Baker
    7 Jun 2015 | 3:25 pm
    Branding cities of all sizes can at once  bring great opportunities and also real challenges. Get it right and there can be great synergy, focus and prosperity. Hit the wrong notes and there can be lost momentum and wasted funds. Of course, the brand journey can reveal more opportunities and involve many more rewards when working with professional, experienced specialists in place branding. Place Brand Observer is seeking comments from practitioners and academics to discover the greatest opportunities and challenges posed when branding small cities with a population under 100,000. Contribute…
  • Is Your Tourism Marketing Tapping into Visitor Feelings?

    Bill Baker
    21 May 2015 | 1:08 pm
    In my book I have observed how successful places focus on delivering emotional and social benefits. They are concerned by how they will make people feel, rather than relying on boring lists, facts and details. I recently came across similar comments by brand strategist Megan Kent where she said, "Marketers haven't been using all the tools available to them because they assume that consumers make decisions rationally. While the rational, or 'thinking' part of the brain does play a role, it's most often there to simply validate, or put into words a decision that our subconscious mind has…
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  • 10 Email Etiquette Rules for Hoteliers and Tour Operators to Get More Bookings

    Scott (BookingCounts)
    23 Jul 2015 | 6:54 am
    When an email from a potential hotel or tour guest arrives, do you and your staff respond promptly or do you sometimes let emails slip? Do you occasionally get sloppy with your emailed response and as a result miss out on a booking opportunity? You’re busy running your hotel or tour business (your passion), so it […] The post 10 Email Etiquette Rules for Hoteliers and Tour Operators to Get More Bookings appeared first on BookingCounts.
  • How Hotel and Tour Social Media Followers = More Bookings

    Scott (BookingCounts)
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:32 am
    Does your hotel have a Facebook page? Are you tweeting about your vacation package deals? Do your tour guides post photos to Pinterest and Instagram? If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of those questions, ask yourself what optimization strategy you are using to get more bookings with social media.  Just like with your own website, you need […] The post How Hotel and Tour Social Media Followers = More Bookings appeared first on BookingCounts.
  • How to Find Travel Bloggers to Promote Your Hotel or Tour Business (PR)

    Scott (BookingCounts)
    23 May 2015 | 10:43 am
    Before you go and email travel bloggers with your press releases, the first question to ask is whether you should do so in the first place. This article will cover how to find travel bloggers that are already talking to your target market and hold influence over their vacation decisions. You’ll learn why it is […] The post How to Find Travel Bloggers to Promote Your Hotel or Tour Business (PR) appeared first on BookingCounts.
  • Why Link Your “Book Now” Buttons to Online Travel Agency (OTA) Websites

    Scott (BookingCounts)
    6 May 2015 | 11:50 am
    You want what every hotelier and tour operators wants – to get more direct bookings for your hotel, tours, and vacation activities. Your first goal is to optimize your “Book Now” button for direct booking to avoid paying commissions and “own” the travel shopping experience. Your secondary goal is to optimize for your preferred online […] The post Why Link Your “Book Now” Buttons to Online Travel Agency (OTA) Websites appeared first on BookingCounts.
  • 5 Tips For Writing Descriptive Travel Copy That Converts

    GuestPost
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:09 am
    Travel marketing is driven by images. I’m talking about eye-popping photos, gripping video, tweet-worthy graphics and vivid descriptive text. Yes, I actually mean written text. Just like all those beautiful visuals, well-crafted copy uses the power of imagery to entice travelers. People tend to think in pictures, rather than in words or numbers. So the […] The post 5 Tips For Writing Descriptive Travel Copy That Converts appeared first on BookingCounts.
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  • Special Olympics Athletes Celebrated at Fairplex

    Juan
    24 Jul 2015 | 5:10 pm
    On Wednesday, July 22, over 300 Special Olympics athletes and their host families from Claremont, La Verne and Pomona, were welcomed to Fairplex for a beautiful celebration that included a barbecue, music, games and carousel rides! The event began at 5 pm … Continue reading →
  • L.A. Weekender: 4th of July Weekend

    Juan
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:11 pm
    Fourth of July weekend is upon us and that means so are the family celebrations and one of our most popular events at Fairplex! Aren’t you excited about this 3-day weekend and about everything summer has to offer? From here … Continue reading →
  • Cheers – L.A.’s Wine, Spirits, Beer & Food Fest returns to Fairplex

    Juan
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:01 am
    Summer is finally here and so are the outdoor Festivals! If you need a break from college, work or life, in general, then you need to come to Fairplex this Friday, June 27 for Cheers — L.A.’s Wine, Spirits, Beer … Continue reading →
  • Fairplex Snapshot: Child Development Center’s New Sign

    Juan
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:30 pm
    The Fairplex Child Development Center became the proud owner of a brand new sign yesterday morning! After a lot of planning and hard work, our center can now be easily identified as people drive up and down McKinley Ave. In … Continue reading →
  • DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals

    Juan
    5 Jun 2015 | 5:59 pm
    In case you are debating on whether or not to come to Fairplex for the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals happening today and tomorrow, allow us to show you in videos what you’ll be missing out on…and let us be the … Continue reading →
 
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