SpringHill Suites Atlanta Buford/Mall of Georgia
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... too Upon entering Atlanta, we were reminded just how much we despise I-285...probably more so than usual since we've been in relatively low population & traffic areas for a month. Seriously, wildlife (usually bison) was the cause for the worst traffic we've experienced in the past month. Now, we have emptied the truck, taken care of the cat, done the first round of going through the mail, and at least started dealing with getting stuff ...
"Building on the foundation of the past is important, but the future is even more exciting"
— John Fentener van Vlissingen, BCD founder
The past few days have been concerned with discovering a hidden side to BCD Travel. From the world of marketing to learning about how the CEO sees this company, I have been privy to a side of BCD Travel that is seldom seen by the outside world. Today, however, I spent my day with Kathy Bedell ...
During our first meeting, we discussed key aspects about my expectations for the next five weeks, as I get ready to travel the world and discover the story of this company. My programme looks like this:
- July 7 - 11: Atlanta
- July 13-15: Buenos Aires
- July 16-17: Lima
- July 18-25: Atlanta
- July 27-August 2: Bangalore
- Aug 4-5: Utrecht
- Aug 6: Hamburg
Buford - 365 Days!
6 July 1938
“Mrs. Johnnie Crescenti, Sr. entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Jeannette’s birthday.
After games were played Mrs. Crescenti and Mrs. George G. Power served the young people cake and cream. Among those present were Gloria Ann Hope, of Atlanta, Doris Bailey, Caroline ...
Buford - 365 Days!
With war raging on two fronts, The Buford Advertiser, wrote the following,
1 July 1943
The Buford Advertiser, writes, Civilian Respect to the Flag
1. Civilians, as well as soldiers, should salute when the flag is being raised or lowered or when it passes (uncased) in a parade.
...2. A man not in uniform salutes by removing his hat with his right hand and placing it over his heart while standing upright with heels ...