Author: Maralyn D. Hill

Open Chateau Piron: KEDGE wins the Grandes Ecoles Challenge

PRESS RELEASE – 06.04.2018 OPEN CHATEAU PIRON  KEDGE wins the Grandes Ecoles Challenge  KEDGE students topped the tables at this wine-tasting tournament as part of the 2018 OPEN organised by Château Piron on March 24th. The tournament featured around sixty teams composed of amateurs and professionals. Kedgers won six prizes, including first place in the Grandes Ecoles Challenge and second place in the general grand final for this 5th edition. “This success at the Château Piron Open is an evidence of the mastery of the technique, the talent of our students and the expertise passed on through the Wine &...

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6 Alternatives to Avoid the Crowds in Ireland As told by destination experts, Wilderness Ireland Sligo, Ireland: From the iconic Cliffs of Moher to Dublin’s fascinating history, crowds can’t resist Ireland’s best-known destinations. But if dodging selfie sticks to get a stunning photo or waking up at the crack of dawn to enjoy the view crowd-free doesn’t sound like the ideal adventure, Wilderness Ireland offers alternatives to explore lesser known destinations that are equally breathtaking without the crowds. Forgo sitting in traffic to view the Ring of Kerry and instead cycle the more rugged and untouched Ring of Beara, or...

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Aloha Festivals Announces Event Schedule

CALENDAR ADVISORY April 5, 2018 CONTACT Lance Aquino, Stryker Weiner & Yokota, (808) 523-8802 lance@strykerweiner.com   Aloha Festivals Announces Event Schedule Four signature events mark the largest Hawaiian cultural celebration in the U.S.   Aloha Festivals, the largest Hawaiian cultural celebration in the United States, announces its 2018 event schedule. Throughout the month of September, visitors and residents will be treated to a spectacular celebration of the Hawaiian culture through four signature events: the Royal Court Investiture, Opening Ceremony, the 66th Annual Waikiki Hoolaulea, and the 72nd Annual Floral Parade. In partnership with Aloha Festivals, Pearlridge Center will also host the Pearlridge...

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Visit Phoenix April 2018 Tourism Update

The latest tourism updates from Visit Phoenix. City News  |  Resort News  |  Sports/Golf  |  Spa | Dining |  Arts, Culture & Entertainment CITY NEWS Travel enthusiasts rejoice! Add a new destination to your travel plans because American Airlines’ nonstop flight between Phoenix and Amarillo, Texas begins on April 3. Read more RESORT NEWS Spend some time exploring downtown while staying at the newly opened Hampton Inn and Suites Phoenix Downtown. The property is ideally located within walking distance to the ASU downtown campus, Phoenix Convention Center, CityScape, Talking Stick Resort Arena, Chase Field and more. Read more ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT Calling all fans of music, arts and entertainment — the Lost Lake Festival will return to Phoenix on Oct. 19 to 21. The three-day festival celebrates the Valley’s culture with an eclectic blend of music, locally-driven culinary treats, interactive games and inspiring art experiences. Read more DINING NEWS T. Cook’s at the Royal Palms is amping up its culinary offerings with a new seasonal dinner menu from Executive Chef Todd Allison, and a refined all-inclusive Sunday Market Brunch dining experience. Read more Visit Phoenix offers Customized Media Tours to aid qualified journalists. View complete list of upcoming group media tours. Submit a request for Individual Media Tour For more information on these events, story ideas or press tours please contact the Visit Phoenix Media Relations Department. Media Contacts: Doug MacKenzie | Director of Media Relations | dmackenzie@visitphoenix.com Trish Lanteigne | Media Relations...

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Celebrate International Hemp Day With Nubian Heritage

April 21st is International Hemp Day and while cannabis may or may not be your thing, why not indulge in Nubian Heritage’s line of Indian Hemp & Haitian Vetiver. As with all Nubian Heritage products, these products are cruelty-free, and do not contain parabens, sulfates, phthalates, paraffin, mineral oil, petroleum, DEA, synthetic fragrance or artificial coloring.  ...

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