AmeriCan Adventures has volunteered to become an official Creek Steward of the Santa Rosa creek. This will entail regular creek cleanups wherein the city of Santa Rosa will provide the gear and AmeriCan Adventures will provide the manpower.
Over the summer of 2016, AmeriCan Adventures started a program to encourage our group leaders to contribute their left over food items to a local organization that redistributes these nonperishable foods to those in need of assistance.
As another facet of AmeriCan Adventure’s values to help our local communities, various items of left over clothing and camping gear are collected and donated to organizations near our operations bases. Each year, hundreds of sleeping bags are donated to local programs such as The Restyle Marketplace, nearby missions and other privately funded projects.
This year at AmeriCan Adventure’s year end meetings, the company hosted a volunteer day to exercise their core values. This was the first company-wide volunteer day and involved approximately 40 office staff and leaders who participated in being cultural and environmental stewards.
We would like to inform all of our visitors, friends, business partners and suppliers of the development plans to put a gondola and gift center at the confluence of the Little Colorado and the Colorado – its on the east side of the National Park (looking right from Mather Point) for those have visited.
An adventure tour operator that has escorted thousands of clients across North America by means of hundreds of itineraries, it’s clear that national parks play a critical role in AmeriCan Adventures’ business and are revered by its employees.
Rich Allain, longtime Fleet and Facilities Manager at AmeriCan Adventures in Santa Rosa, recently received the 2016 Facilities Manager Award from the North Bay Business Journal.
AmeriCan Adventures in cooperation with Trek America / Grand American Adventures attended the April 2017 China Outbound Travel and Tourism Market (COTTM) in Beijing explore the opportunities of the world’s fastest growing outbound travel market. AmeriCan Adventures attended COTTM in Beijing.
AmeriCan Adventures and Grand American Adventures team up with Tourism Cares to collect Pennies for Parks
(Santa Rosa, CA) AmeriCan Adventures, an adventure travel company operating tours for Grand American Adventures and several other travel brands, has launched “Pennies for Parks,” a program to support Tourism Cares’ Centennial Tour Operator Program.
(Santa Rosa, CA) AmeriCan Adventures, an adventure travel company with a focus on National Parks and wilderness lands, is pleased to announce that they are one of eight companies participating in the latest Sustainability Circle® in Sonoma County.
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