Shenandoah Caverns thrills visitors from around the world, so we thought it appropriate that the Redskins Hall of Famer and running back, John Riggins, who captured the attention and affection of fans around the globe join our team
Washington, DC (Vocus) May 11, 2010
“Shenandoah Caverns thrills visitors from around the world, so we thought it appropriate that the Redskins Hall of Famer and running back, John Riggins, who captured the attention and affection of fans around the globe join our team,” said Earl Hargrove.
Since leaving professional football, J. Riggins has worked as a sports commentator on television and radio, appeared in sitcoms and daytime TV as well as in national advertising campaigns and on Broadway. He currently hosts The John Riggins Show on radio station WTOP HD3.
A professional in everything he does, Riggins will appear in Shenandoah Caverns advertising including radio, TV, cable, print and the web rolling out the all new "Humdinger” campaign that begins in the Metro Washington area on May 17th. Webster’s dictionary defines a Humdinger as something that is particularly outstanding, unusual, or exceptional which is a perfect adjective for Shenandoah Caverns.
The sights at Shenandoah Caverns are breathtaking! With level walkways and elevator service (no stairs) the caverns thrill every age and ability in an underground world of wonder. Groups, families and people from all walks of life come to discover a world of natural wonders, incredible geology and extraordinary crystalline formations.
After touring the caverns, visitors can tour The Yellow Barn, American Celebration on Parade, see model trains in motion, stroll down Main Street of yesteryear, and enjoy a variety of events.
The Shenandoah Caverns family of attractions is conveniently located just two minutes from the Shenandoah Caverns Exit #269 off I-81. View the full calendar of events at http://www.shendoahcaverns.com.
Media Contact: Janice Ockershausen, Best Bark Media 1200 29th Street NW, Suite B-100 Washington, DC 20007 202-342-0002
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