Battling Boredom

Battling Boredom

How the world has changed in 3 weeks.  Our routines, our lives, our reality, has shifted in ways thought unimaginable 3 weeks ago.  We’ve suddenly become a remote workforce with millions now working from home, kids attending virtual classes, our movements dramatically...

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Ships in a Storm

Ships in a Storm

When news of a new virus started to trickle out it seemed remote.  It was happening somewhere else and didn’t impact us so we didn’t really pay much attention.  The stories and images coming out of Asia were heartbreaking, but thankfully it wasn’t our reality.  Until...

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Cruise Line Offers Cruise Ships As Temporary Hospital

Cruise Line Offers Cruise Ships As Temporary Hospital

One cruise company is hoping to help more people get the care they need by some unconventional means. The company is offering to convert ships into temporary hospitals for non-coronavirus patients, therefore taking pressure off land-based hospitals. Carnival...

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Remote Work – The New Normal?

Remote Work – The New Normal?

Remote Work – The New Normal? For years, millions of us have faithfully participated in the daily ritual of getting up early, getting ready (which can be a process for some…think hair, makeup, school lunches, kids) and out the door to brave mass transit mobs or an...

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Virtual Travel from Your Couch

Virtual Travel from Your Couch

Virtual Travel from Your Couch Your vacation plans this year may look different than you thought, but that doesn't mean you can’t travel. You can Virtual Travel from your couch - and you don’t even have to pack a suitcase! It's...

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“Shannon was also instrumental in assisting our company to expand into a new port of operation, Ketchikan. Prior to 2003, we only conducted tours in the SE Alaska ports of Juneau and Sitka. She worked with us to identify the best local tour businesses to partner with, to facilitate our entry into the community, and she helped us to develop a tour product that would be attractive to visitors to Ketchikan. The successful launch of our Best of Ketchikan by Land & Sea tour enabled us to establish the foot-hold we needed to move ahead in developing the other tour programs we now operate in this very busy port.”

— John Dunlap, Vice President, Allen Marine Tours