Today in America TV and The Boat Company go green in Alaska.
Coral Springs, Florida (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
Committed to delivering news and engaging discussions, The Today in America TV program with Terry Bradshaw unveils its first segment on how the generation that defined tree hugging continues their initiatives on keeping it green.
“We were looking for content about eco-tourism that spoke to the affluent travelers with a love of the great outdoors,” says Doug Scott, Executive Producer of Today in America TV. “The Boat Company was the perfect fit as one of the world’s only luxury passenger eco cruise that’s non-profit.”
Already filling in slots for its May through September, The Boat Company operates the premiere small boat Alaskan cruise between Sitka and Juneau. By limiting the number of passengers (there is ratio of two guests per one crew member), luxury from the guest quarters to the epicurean experience and off ship activities is the company’s priority which is only matched by its commitment to advocacy.
The Boat Company, incorporated in Alaska in 1979 by the McIntosh Foundation, is a non-profit educational organization offering luxury eco-cruises through Southeast Alaska (allowing for a portion of reservation to be tax deductible). With over 30 years of work in Alaska, The Boat Company has reinvested between $25 and $30 million in their conservation efforts.
They were also speakers at The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) is North America’s largest and only conference.
Today in America is the first show of its genre hosted by Terry Bradshaw that is geared towards the educated, affluent viewer. Based on viewer feedback, the show has spawned great interest in many luxury markets.
To view the Alaskan experience head to the official site of Today in America todayinamericatv.com.To learn more about setting sail and keeping it green visit theboatcompany.org.
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