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Road To Grand Canyon West Officially Reopened
Published on Tue, Jun 11, 2013 (11:17 a.m.)PEACH SPRINGS, Ariz. – Jun 11, 2013 – Grand Canyon Resort Corporation (GCRC) today announced the opening of a new roadway on Diamond Bar Road will take place early evening on June 11. Travelers on the new roadway will not have to pay any passage toll or cross any private property.
The opening of Diamond Bar Road allows tour busses and travelers to experience the thrilling attractions of Grand Canyon West including the Grand Canyon Skywalk, Eagle Point, and Guano Point. GCRC is excited to once again welcome guests from around the world and thanks all partners for their continued support.
For more information, please contact GCRC marketing manager Dawnielle Tehama at email@example.com.
ABOUT GRAND CANYON RESORT CORPORATION
Grand Canyon Resort Corporation (GCRC) is wholly-owned by the Hualapai tribe and is located in Peach Springs, Arizona. In 1988, the Hualapai Indian tribe, which has occupied the land since 1883, established GCRC, welcoming millions of visitors each year to tour the area, including the nearby lodge, ranch, river rafting company and Grand Canyon West. To further increase tourism in the area, the Grand Canyon Skywalk was built in 2007. The Skywalk is a glass, horseshoe-shaped bridge that enables visitors to walk beyond the canyon walls at Grand Canyon West, suspending them 4,000 feet above the riverbed and providing an unparalleled view of this natural wonder. For more information, please visit us online at http://www.grandcanyonwest.com/.
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