Jacksonville Beach, Florida, December 13, 2011 – The Boat Company’s Chief Operating Officer, Hunter H. McIntosh, has been named one of the Top 25 Most Extraordinary Minds in Sales and Marketing by the Hospitality Sales Marketing Association International (HSMAI) for 2011. Considered the travel and hospitality industry’s “who’s who list”, McIntosh joins a distinguished group [...]
“THE EAGLES HAVE LANDED:” EVENTI HOTEL SHOWCASES EDUCATIONAL SESSION ON RARE EAGLES, APRIL 12th, FROM 4 P.M. TO 5 P.M. The Eventi Hotel in Chelsea has partnered with the not-for-profit conservation organizations, Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. and The Boat Company, Alaska, to help educate guests on America’s rare wildlife. As part of the educational [...]
“Roadless Rule” Reinstated on the Tongass, in Federal Court Ruling in Organized Village of Kake et al. v US Forest Service.
Washington, DC, March 5, 2011 – “This decision is a victory for all residents of Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest and those that depend on the land for Jobs” is how Hunter McIntosh, Chief Operating Officer with The Boat Company viewed the decision. Friday morning US District Judge John W. Sedwick reinstated the roadless rule [...]
FINALISTS FOR HSMAI AND NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER ‘LEADER IN SUSTAINABLE TOURISM’ AWARD ANNOUNCED Winners to be Honored at Adrian Awards Gala on Jan. 31 McLean, Va. (January 25, 2011) – HSMAI announces the Gold Adrian Award honorees of the first-ever “Leader in Sustainable Tourism” Award, presented in conjunction with National Geographic Traveler. The winners are [...]
Organized by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) is North America’s largest and only conference focusing on sustainability in the tourism industry. A leading international multi-stakeholder meeting place, the ESTC brings together innovative minds from across the industry to discuss practical ideas and solutions that inspire positive changes. Advancing [...]
PACIFIC NORTHWEST FORESTS TOPS AT STORING CARBON Wilderness Society analysis names top ten national forest “carbon banks” Seattle, WA—The top ten carbon storing national forests in the U.S. are all found in the moist westside forests in Washington, Oregon and southeast Alaska, according to a new Wilderness Society analysis. The analysis, based on United States [...]