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Delaware North Sportservice Seeking Nonprofit Groups for Fundraising at Comerica Park

DETROIT (Dec.16, 2014) – Delaware North Sportservice, the exclusive food, beverage and retail services provider for the Detroit Tigers, is seeking charitable organizations/nonprofit groups to participate in its fundraising program in preparation for the 2015 season at Comerica Park.  more >

All New ‘Holidays in Space’ Light Show Delights Guests at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is treating guests to an out-of-this-world holiday experience with an all new Holiday Rocket Garden Light Show, part of the attraction’s annual “Holidays in Space” celebration.   more >

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Invites Guests to Celebrate ‘Holidays in Space’ with All-New Light Shows and Laser Spectacular

Looking for something new and unique to do this holiday season? Start a new tradition at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, where the holidays go high-tech with a first-of-its-kind 3D show “projection mapped” onto a rocket, and a laser and light show so spectacular, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) should be able to see the beam.   more >

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Offers Guests Exclusive Launch Day Experience Including Live Expert Commentary, Astronaut Appearances, Programs and Displays for Orion Launch Dec. 4

There’s no better place to be on the morning of Thursday, Dec. 4 than Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, where guests can witness firsthand Exploration Flight Test-1, or EFT-1, the test flight of the uncrewed Orion spacecraft from America’s gateway to space and experience a complete pre-launch-to-post-splashdown program, including Orion-related activities, exhibits, astronaut appearances and live coverage and commentary. more >

Delaware North to Bring Local Favorite Restaurants to LAX

BUFFALO, N.Y. (Nov. 20, 2014)Delaware North, a global leader in hospitality and food service, is set to bring three popular Los Angeles-area restaurants to Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
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Trade show, Innovation Challenge and Culinary Challenge add to the F&B Summit buzz

BUFFALO, N.Y. (Nov. 17, 2014) – More than 600 people – the majority traveling from outside of the region – attended the 2014 Delaware North Food & Beverage Summit, which began the evening of Nov. 11 as the annual GuestPath® Conference came to a close. more >

Delaware North’s Parks & Resorts Destinations Recognized for Environmental Efforts

BUFFALO, N.Y. (November 13, 2014) – Delaware North’s parks & resorts division, an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service, implements environmentally conscious programs at every national and state park in which it operates, including Yellowstone National Park and Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park, both of which were recently recognized for their effective sustainability efforts.   more >

This Month in Space, November 2014

November 4, 2003: The sun’s largest solar flare in history occurred and was classified as an X45. Solar flares are giant explosions on the sun that send energy, light and high speed particles into space. Flares classified as X are the largest in the solar system and can cause storms in the Earth’s upper atmosphere and worldwide radio blackouts.
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Launch Viewing Tickets On Sale Now at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex for Historic First Launch of Orion Spacecraft Dec. 4

On Thursday, Dec. 4, NASA is scheduled to launch its uncrewed Orion spacecraft into space for the very first time, making history as the spacecraft travels 15 times farther from the Earth than the International Space Station (ISS). This first flight paves the way for future flights that will carry astronauts to asteroids, Mars and beyond. Now, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is giving its guests the chance to share in this historic mission, called Exploration Flight Test-1, or EFT-1, with a variety of exclusive launch viewing opportunities and special events. more >

NASA Astronauts Honor U.S. Army Veteran Seriously Wounded in Iraq During Ceremony at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

In the spirit of Veterans Day, NASA astronauts recently gathered at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to honor Sgt. Russ Marek, a U.S. Army veteran who lost an arm and a leg and suffered a severe brain injury in Iraq in 2005. more >

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