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AdvantEdge Tours: 7 Things Every Parent Should Know About Tour Safety

Professional Tour Directors Becoming a tour director is not something someone decides to do on a whim. Professional tour directors must be trained, undergo extensive apprenticeship experience and be current in all aspects of educational tours. AdvantEdge Tour Directors have years of training and accompany your group around the clock to provide the safest possible learning experience. They are with …

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AdvantEdge Tours: Best Pricing Program

Here a six key pricing differences between AdvantEdge Tours and the competition: The Same Price Regardless of Room AdvantEdge tours provides students and chaperones with the same pricing even though some people might room 4, 3, 2 or even just one to a room. This allows for tremendous latitude in making arrangements. Rates that are Transparent! If you are a …

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Skyspace LA

New attraction coming to LA Anticipated to open in the spring of 2016, the all-new OUE Skyspace LA, will be California’s tallest open-air observation deck, and a premiere destination for panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles from 1,000 feet above the city, in the iconic U.S. Bank Tower building.  Skyspace LA will honor the culture, community and people that make …

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Thanksgiving Day Parade Charlotte, NC

The Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a holiday tradition in Charlotte since 1947. For nearly seven decades, hundreds of thousands of participants, volunteers, sponsors, families and friends have centered their Thanksgiving traditions around this parade. What began as a local holiday parade has grown into a magical showcase of performances, floats, dignitaries, celebrities, marching bands, balloons and surprises. …

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Chicago

Have you ever thought about taking your group to Chicago? Chicago has several performance opportunities throughout the year: BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival McDonalds Thanksgiving Parade St. Patrick’s Day Parade Memorial Day Parade Willis Tower – Sky Deck Chicago And many attractions that are both enjoyable and educational: Willis Tower – Sky deck Chicago Step outside the tallest …

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Cleveland-November 2014

Have you ever considered a trip to Cleveland? Cleveland has plenty of fun and new activities perfect for overnight group trips and inquisitive students. Ever wanted to be on that show MythBusters? Here’s your chance. Visit the Great Lakes Science Center for a dozen hands-on, heart-racing experiments. Or if you’re feeling brave, the Cedar Point Amusement Park lets students march …

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SYTA

We just returned from attending the annual SYTA – Student & Youth Travel Conference. This year it was held in beautiful Toronto, Ontario. We have had a chance to meet with various different vendors, such as hotels, attractions, theatres etc. Together we brainstormed how we can improve student travel and safety at the same time. What is SYTA and why …

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Northern Germany

This March we traveled with Littleton High School on an unforgettable trip to Northern Germany.  We visited the cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Bremen.  The band and choir were able to perform at breathtaking churches such as the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church in Berlin as well as St. Michans church in Hamburg.  To top of their performances they have had a concert …

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Legacy High School was accepted at the Tournament of Roses Parade

The Rose Parade, officially the Tournament of Roses Parade, is “America’s New Year Celebration” held in Pasadena, California, a festival of flower-covered floats, marching bands, equestrians and the Rose Bowl college football game on New Year’s Day (but moved to Monday if New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday, 14 times now), produced by the non-profit Pasadena Tournament of Roses …

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