In what has become an annual sign that spring is around the corner in Boston, Truck Day will arrive on Friday, Feb. 12, when the Red Sox moving van will be loaded at Fenway Park for the in Fort Myers, Fla. The truck is expected to arrive in Fort Myers on Sunday, Feb.
Then Jesus told this story to some who had great confidence in their own righteousness and scorned everyone else: “Two men went to the Temple to pray. One was a Pharisee, and the other was a despised tax collector. For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.” (NLT).
These sanctuaries fascinates gathering of travelers from all over to their provisional domain that give comfortable survival. In the winter season, the entire wild life echoes with wonderful sounds and hypnotizing photographs against the sprawling knolls of vegetation. Rajasthan is the safe spot of the tigers and numerous imperiled species..
Known as “Frog” since High School, Mr. Miller has been selling his very funny ” Recycled Jokes by Frog,” since 1986. He has been standing on the sidewalk, fronting a few small stores and eateries, just across from the entrance to the University of Oregon, gently stopping passersby and saying, “Have you heard about my new joke book.”.
Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractPurpose The aim of this article is to analyse how wine and tourism operators understand the concept of a wine route, in order to determine the impact that definition can have on the extent to which stakeholders working within distinct, but related sectors (namely wine production, tourism, food and hospitality) collaborate with each other and share knowledge.Design/methodology/approach By adopting the theoretical lens of “boundary objects” (understood as tangible or intangible entities that allow the sharing of meaning to different groups and facilitate collaboration), this article uses a qualitative approach, based on semi structured interviews of 20 informants working in three different wine routes in Italy. Analysis of data is carried out in order to highlight the similarities and differences between the wine and tourism (including identified associated service) industries.Findings Wine routes can be considered boundary objects that, if clearly defined by local stakeholders, can facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration. Problems in collaboration could be explained by an initial mis definition by stakeholders of what a wine route and its remit are.Research limitations Since the theoretical lens of “boundary objects” was applied for the first time to wine routes and tourism, further research is necessary in order to validate its application.Practical implications It is suggested that managers of wine routes involve all stakeholders in discussions to achieve a common understanding on what a wine route is and its role in the promotion of “place” (geographical context of the wine route).