Toledo Airport Shuttle Services To Detroit Metropolitan Airport

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Welcome! Located in Toledo,Ohio, we provide door to door Airport Shuttle and Taxi services to and from the Detroit Metro Airport to locations in the Toledo areas. We are dedicated to providing reliable and affordable Airport Transportation . Our reservation center is open Monday to Sunday, 6am to 10pm. Drivers are available 24hrs. For reservations and information; Please call- (419) 862-5016. We look forward to being part of your vacation and travel needs.

 

Toledo Airport Shuttle Services To Detroit Metropolitan Airport

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Welcome! Located in Toledo,Ohio, we provide door to door Airport Shuttle and Taxi services to and from the Detroit Metro Airport to locations in the Toledo areas. We are dedicated to providing reliable and affordable Airport Transportation . Our reservation center is open Monday to Sunday, 6am to 10pm. Drivers are available 24hrs. For reservations and information; Please call- (419) 862-5016. We look forward to being part of your vacation and travel needs.

 

Cleveland Skydiving Lessons

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Sailing the blue skies in Cleveland, Ohio is certainly to be an unforgettable experience. Not only is the scenery breathtaking, but you’ll find some of the country’s best skydiving in Cleveland. While it’s a fear that isn’t easily conquered by most people, for those who want to brave the skies and experience the thrill of free-falling will find no better place to take skydiving lessons than Cleveland, Ohio.

An excellent place to take skydiving lessons in Cleveland is AerOhio Skydiving Center. The center offers lessons in Accelerated Freefall (AFF), Tandem, or Static Line jumps. AFF jumps and Static Line jumps require a half day of classes which close with a jump at the end of the day. Tandem jumps also require a half day of training although these classes are not as intense. Because you will be jumping attached to a certified instructor, you are not required to spend as much time in the classroom. In tandem jumps, you will be introduced to basic skydiving lessons and learn about canopy parachutes, which are used in tandem jumps. AFF jumps are allowed on your very first skydive. AerOhio requires these jumpers to undergo six hours of training before jumping with two certified AFF instructors. Although you will not be attached to these instructors while jumping, they will be there to guide you through any situation that may arise. AFF jumps allow you to experience the ultimate thrill of free-falling at 120 mph and is ideal for someone who wants to become a licensed skydiver in a rapid amount of time. Static Line jumps are the most common for beginners in skydiving are usually required before advancing to AFF jumps. In Static Line jumps, the parachute is opened by a static line which is attached to the aircraft. Upon exiting, your parachute will open once you let go of the static line. Static Line jumps allow you to be in complete control of your descent as you guide your parachute to the landing zone. You must complete at least one of these jumps before advancing to the AFF jump.

AerOhio Skydiving Center is conveniently located in central Cleveland but also has two other facilities located in Ohio. In addition to the best skydiving lessons in Ohio, AerOhio also offers its students sales and service, rigging services, comfortable and air conditioned student classrooms, and free camping complete with hot showers. Of course, the knowledgeable staff of AerOhio can also provide you with information regarding surrounding hotels, attractions, and restaurants.

The rates are very reasonable at AerOhio Skydiving Center. You can schedule a tandem skydive for only $199 or an AFF dive for $299. Take advantage of their amazing group specials, which offer a discount of $30 per person for every group of 10. You can also schedule a free jump for the group organizer! Look into other specials offered such as college group discounts, military discounts, and even weekday jumping specials. AerOhio offers seasonal discounts year-round, so call in advance for any specials.

All About Ohio State Sports Memorabilia

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If you are looking for Ohio State sports memorabilia, it is a no-brainer. You really don’t even have to look hard to find something with Ohio State on it. When you are a large division one NCAA school with a winning athletic program, every vendor will try and have something representing this program. The website is full of information about the buckeye program. There are any numbers of websites selling Ohio State sports memorabilia. It just depends on what you are looking for and how much you want to pay for it. If this is the case then you may very well find what you’re looking for on one of the auction sites like eBay or Yahoo. Then you will have a chance to somewhat controlled the price by making your bid. Make sure you know what you are bidding on. Whenever you are bidding on the web look for the dealers rating and comments made by previous customers. This will give you some insight about the person you are dealing with.

In some communities there are malls with athletic shops and sporting-goods shops. Don’t fail to look in these stores, because they carry merchandise from all of the storied programs such as Ohio State. Anytime you find a school, college or university with a successful athletic program and always in the news more than likely any sporting goods store you go into will have some of their merchandise. These sporting-goods stores are licensed to sell merchandise from these colleges and universities. Even with these stores it is necessary to look at your merchandise closely.

One way or another copies have found their way into some of these stores. It was not too long ago that a major store in a mall was cited for having illegal sporting merchandise. Nevertheless it may not have been intentional but an example of not knowing what you are buying on the wholesale market. It is a safe bet that when you buy directly from Ohio State you have what you are looking for. Large schools tend to have their own sporting-goods stores. These stores generate funds for the athletic programs. Usually the conferences that these schools represent will have a sporting goods store also. Proceeds from the stores are shared among the member schools. The Ohio State sports memorabilia is placed in the conference stores and sporting-goods shops along with memorabilia from other big ten colleges. In most of these conferences this is a shared venture even among those schools that do not have breaking news success.

The Ohio State buckeyes have alumni scattered all across the country. Therefore there is always a demand for the Ohio State sports memorabilia. But even if you have never even seen the state or the Ohio State campus you know there are those who idolize the unseen. There are also those “would have been and should have been” fans waiting to cheer on their favorite teams. This is especially true among those who played the sport. So no matter where you are you will always find some Ohio State sports memorabilia.

Clark Gable: A Short Bio

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William Clark Gable who is popularly known as Clark Gable was born on February 1, 1901 in a small town called Cadiz in Ohio. Clark Gable was also known by nicknames such “Gabe” and “The King”. Clark Gable had five marriages. The first two ended in divorce with Josephine Dillon and Ria Langham respectively. The third marriage took place with Carole Lombard but that too was short lived as she died after three years of marriage. Clark Gable married Sylvia Ashley nearly 7 years after the death of his third wife. But that too ended within 3 years of marriage. His last wife survived Clark Gable when he died of a heart attack on November 16, 1960.

Clark Gable’s had a miserly childhood. He was only seven months old when his mother passed away. He quit his school at the age of 16 and began working in a tire factory in Akron, Ohio. Still his tough days were not over. He worked in stock companies, oil fields and sold ties. It was after watching the play The Bird of Paradise that he wanted to be an actor. In the year 1924 Clark Gable was able to reach Hollywood somehow with the help of Josephine Dillon who was a theater manager of Portland, Oregon who also coached him on acting. Josephine Dillon who later on became his first wife who was twelve years senior to him played an important role in helping Clerk Gable enter Hollywood.

Lionel Barrymore the famous actor and the director recommended Gable to MGM’s Irving Thalberg that he be screen tested. After the screening Irving Thalberg was not impressed particularly with his looks. But the studio eventually hired him after several screen tests in 1930. He worked as a co-actor with Joan Crawford in 1931 film Dance, Fools, Dance. Public liked his on screen chemistry with Jean Harlow in Red Dust in 1932 which took to top of the popularity chart. There was a spat between Gable and MGM as refused to do assignment for which he was heavily punished by loaning him out to low rent paying Columbia Pictures. Again his destiny wanted him to be a star, working with Columbia Pictures in Frank Capra’s “It happened One Night” Gabel won an Oscar which was one of the best romantic comedies to be ever produced.

He was called back by MGM with far more intense roles in movies like “Mutiny on the Bounty” in 1935 and “Gone with the Wind” in 1939 for which he was nominated to Oscar for best actor role. Gable left Hollywood for three years after his third wife Carole Lombard died in a plane crash along with her mother. He joined Army Corps and served Europe during World War II. He starred in “Adventure” in 1945, which was highly promoted, as his comeback movie. But the film had a lukewarm response. MGM thought that Gable’s salary is too high and thus did not renew his contract with the studio. He starred in many unnoticeable films there on during 1940′s and 1950′s. During the filing of his last movie “Misfits” in 1961 he announced that he is going to become a father. But to his misfortune he passed away without seeing his son. Clark Gable was laid to rest in the shrine he built for his third wife Carole Lambord and her mother in their memory. He may be gone but to us he remains a legend even to this day and forever.

Visit The Toledo Zoo

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Viktor and Talya, the two critically endangered Amur tiger cubs, were born at the Zoo on September 26, 2011, to first-time mother Marta. They are the second generation of cubs born at the Zoo; Marta was born at the Zoo in 2003. Their father, Strannik, arrived at the Zoo on loan earlier in 2011. He, too, is on exhibit, separate from Marta and the cubs.

The cubs’ names come from the Russian language, recognizing the Amur tiger’s primary habitat in eastern Russia. Viktor’s name means “conqueror” and Talya’s name means “birthday.”

Great Place to take your family is the zoo in Toledo, Ohio. Since we are having such great weather these days. For more info- Visit their website-
http://www.toledozoo.org/

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