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Reboot June 2016

Category: Newsletter

Find out what has been happening at Forever Resorts this past month with our #MyNatureSelfie Photo contest, the Every Kid in a Park Art Contest hosted by the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and more!

Smile Spotlight: Jodi Cabigas

Category: Employee Spotlight

At Forever Resorts, we are so proud of the diverse properties we operate, from the wonder of the Grand Canyon, to the beautiful trails at Yellowstone. Helping make each one of our properties great is our amazing team of employees, each with a great story of their own. Without them, we could never help our guests create great memories.

#MyNatureSelfie: May Recap

Category: National Park Centennial

We've seen so many great submissions in the past month to our #MyNatureSelfie Contest and couldn't be happier about the submissions. From Florida to Hawaii to Bryce Canyon, the submissions have come in far and wide. Even if you haven't won yet, thank you all for such great submissions. These winners along with our other submissions from the end of April and all of May will be considered for the grand prize voting in August.

Every Kid in a Park Art Contest

Category: National Park Centennial

The National Park Service is turning 100 this year and they have celebrated with the Every Kid in a Park Art Contest here at Lake Mead! Along with the Clark County School District School-Community Partnership Office and the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, students from the school district were encouraged to create an image that displayed the beautiful park lands of Southern Nevada and the National Park Service’s Every Kid in a Park Centennial theme.

Employment Opportunities: June

Category: Employee Spotlight

We have incredible properties across the United States and we want you to have the opportunity to work at one of them. Check out our featured employment opportunities available in the month of June below.

Staying Safe Around Wildlife

Category: Tips

You may have seen in recent weeks a variety of reports about tourists either harming animals or being harmed by animals at the National Parks, primarily Yellowstone.