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Destinology Industry Reports

The Art of the Family Vacation

What They Want, How They Plan, Why They Go

It’s that delicate balance of interests, more complex than a Congressional subcommittee. It’s the think-on-your-feet flexibility to adapt when things don’t play out the way that you planned. And just when you think you’ve got the kids figured out, they change on you. It’s the family vacation, the most creative act that most families will ever undertake together.

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Upcoming Speaker Engagements

14
Sep

AZA’s On the Boards: Africa, at the Oklahoma Zoo and Botanical Garden

September 14 @ 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm

As part of AZA‘s annual On the Boards session, PGAV Destinations Vice Presidents Emily Howard and John Kemper will showcase the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden‘s African region, currently under renovation. The Oklahoma City Zoo is renovating an 11-acre area in the heart of its park into a world-class, welcoming entry and spacious African…

18
Sep

A Stimulating Experience – Excitement for Some, Anxiety for Others

September 18 @ 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm

PGAV Destinations Vice President Emily Howard will moderate a panel of experts for this exciting and fascinating session at the 95th annual AZA Conference! Destination designers and leaders strive to create welcoming, inclusive destinations that are enriching and enjoyable for everyone. However, due to the natural behavior of other guests and crowds, interior and exterior…

17
Nov

A Stimulating Experience – Excitement for Some, Anxiety for Others

November 17 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Museum and Attraction designers and leaders strive to create welcoming, inclusive destinations that are enriching and enjoyable for everyone. However, due to the natural behavior of other guests and crowds, interior and exterior lighting, acoustics, the vastness or intimacy of designed spaces, and many other factors, attractions can be overwhelming or frightening for individuals with…