Based in Los Angeles, Bungee America is the oldest bungy company in the United States. Departing from Azusa, adventurers hike 5 miles into the Angeles National Forest to the “Bridge to Nowhere.”
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Before Facebook and Twitter, families traveled based on limited resources. For adventurous people who love to explore, they took on the tasks of researching the destinations that might seem to fit their interests. They would also have to make sure all the accommodations were appropriate for their family, which usually resulted in a lot of phone calls and wishful thinking.
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AMC Theaters is holding a sweepstakes for The Amazing Spiderman encouraging users to explore their new mobile app to find an entry form. Rather than supplying a basic online form, or guiding people directly to the appropriate page on the mobile site, they encourage people to explore it, thereby allowing people to learn more about the movie as well as experience the usability of the app itself.
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ResorTime.com took advantage of the new Facebook offers, but it back-fired in unexpected ways. Here is what went wrong and how to get the most out of Facebook offers.
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Not only is Maggiano’s Little Italy encouraging users to follow their Instagram account, they are also asking diners to share photos taken at the restaurant on Twitter with the hashtag, #Maggianos.
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On May 5, Kings Dominion, a popular amusement park near Richmond, will be the latest place in the state to have LOVE pop up, and with it, a chance to win one of 25 season passes being awarded by the Virginia Tourism Corporation.
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I asked Facebook fans to describe in word what their favorite thing is about social media. Answers included things like: flexibility, community, connection, dynamic, engagement, leaning, people, friends and relationships (some ...
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