Check out this blog post from Family Rambling on what to see and do around Omaha for a weekend getaway and, of course, how to get there!
In the spirit of #ThrowbackThursday we dug up this oldie but goodie…The celebration of our one-millionth customer! We’ve now served more than 38 million customers and have YOU to thank!
Our mascot Chuck rose to the #icebucketchallenge for a good cause. Now we’re nominating our fellow blue & gold mascots to do the same, including UCLA Athletics, West Virginia Mountaineers, Pittsburgh Panthers and Florida International University. You have 24 hours! In the meantime, we will make a donation to ALS research. http://bit.ly/1onRiEl
Just like parents with their kids, we love all of our cities equally. That being said, we think there are a few that maybe don’t get all the attention that they deserve.
BuzzFeed to the rescue. Check out these completely underrated, totally happening cities that just might make you want to move.
With an extremely vibrant downtown, the Lake Champlain waterfront, and several breweries, there’s always something to do in Burlington.
This super-hip city in southern Maine is equal parts artsy, nature-y, and all-around cool. Check out the Portland Museum of Art or eat at one of the many amazing seafood restaurants.
This small, eccentric college town is home to lots of amazing restaurants and a totally cool music scene.
Grand Rapids, MI
Located on the grand river about 25 miles from Lake Michigan, Grand Rapids houses some awesome architecture. It’s a great place to be in the winter for ice skating or the summer for fishing.
The unsung gem of the Midwest, this little city offers everything from an eclectic music scene to the House of Harley-Davidson.
Labor Day weekend may be just around the corner, but it’s not too late to plan thee perfect three-day, music-food-and-fun-filled getaway. And, better yet, there are plenty of free and budget-friendly activities to choose from across the country.
Washington D.C.: For free concerts and kayaking on the Potomac
Chicago: For free art fairs and a jazz festival
Miami: For brunches and bike rides on the beach
SERVICE ADVISORY FOR IOWA CITY: Effective today, our Iowa City arrival/departure location will be moving to the parking lot on East Harrison Street, between South Dubuque Street and South Linn Street.
SERVICE ADVISORY FOR CHARLOTTE: Starting Wednesday, August 20, all buses in Charlotte will operate from the bus shelters on Whitton Street, between Dewitt Lane and South Boulevard, near the Scaleybark Light Rail Station. For more info, please see our Service Advisories page. http://bit.ly/1n2sAd0
It’s that time of year again: when the best of portable attractions, live entertainment and foods on a stick come together for one glorious event, the state fair. Check out some of the best state fairs in America and start planning your trip (not to mention prepping your stomach) today!
Because pig and ostrich races need to be seen to be believed.
Because seeing men (and women!) compete to see who has the best facial hair–at The Old Familiar Beard and Moustache Competition–is a can’t-miss experience.
The country’s oldest state fair, New York’s celebration of its homegrown agriculture includes 70 different competitions and 63 rides.
Home to a 600-pound butter cow and more fried foods than you can shake a stick at. (Pun intended)
Fairgoers can head to the CHS Miracle of Birth Center and watch the birthing of 200 calves, lambs, goats, and piglets!