News from PGAV Destinations

PGAV Destinations to Present at Earth Day

Innovative pollinator conservation game and free seed packets in Forest Park (St. Louis, MO – April 18, 2017) – To promote pollinator conservation and habitat restoration, locally-based and internationally-known attraction design firm PGAV Destinations is presenting an unforgettable activity at this year’s Earth Day on April 22 and 23 in Forest Park, St. Louis. Attendees… Continue reading.

Attractions Industry Forecast Report is Revealed

PGAV Destinations publishes guest insights in the “Voice of the Visitor” (ST. LOUIS  – April 11, 2017) – PGAV Destinations has published its second Voice of the Visitor: 2017 Annual Outlook on the Attractions Industry. Conducted in conjunction with long-standing research partner H2R Market Research and global media partner Blooloop, Voice of the Visitor presents… Continue reading.

PGAV Destinations to Present at Zoo Design Conference in Poland

Global Leaders in Exhibit Design Share Trends in Enrichment Design and Guest Experience (St. Louis, MO – March 21, 2017) – PGAV Destinations’ Director of Zoo & Aquarium Planning and Design Stacey Ludlum and Project Manager Mariusz Bleszynski will be presenting at this year’s Zoo Design Conference, held April 5 – 7 at the University… Continue reading.

Mike Konzen Reveals Tips to Achieve a Creative Company Culture

Chair & Principal of PGAV Destinations Will Present at IAAPA Leadership Conference 2017 (St. Louis, MO – February 21, 2017) – PGAV Destinations’ Chair and Principal Mike Konzen will discuss “Cultivating a Creative Culture” at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8 at IAAPA Leadership Conference 2017. As head of the leading attraction design firm PGAV… Continue reading.

PGAV Destinations Awards $3,000 Scientific Research Grant

U. of Massachusetts-Amherst Doctoral Candidate Seeks to Protect Pollinators   (St. Louis, MO – February 7, 2017) – St. Louis-based destination design firm PGAV Destinations is thrilled to award U. of Massachusetts-Amherst Ecology Doctoral Candidate Luis Aguirre the first-ever $3,000 PGAVia Pollinator Research Grant. “Over the course of the last two decades, we’ve seen habitat… Continue reading.