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Great news for Zion National Park Lodges!
 
We couldn't be more excited to welcome guests back into our 
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“Austin Adventures is one of the best adventure travel companies on the planet and shares Xanterra’s deep commitment to offering inspirational travel experiences in some of the world’s most beautiful places,” said Andrew N. Todd, president and CEO of Xanterra Parks & Resorts.
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Vote for Mount Rushmore - Keystone, SD as the Best Iconic American Attractions for the 10Best Readers' Choice!
 
Vote for Mount Rushmore - Keystone, SD as the Best Iconic American Attractions for the 10Best Readers' Choice!
What says "America" most? ;A few attractions across this great country are both unmistakable and totally memorable, places like the U.S. Capitol, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Grand Canyon. ;We pulled together an expert of very well-traveled editors and contributors for 10Best, and asked them which ones have become iconic US landmarks. ;You can vote once a day until NOON on SEPT 9. ; ;
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“As the largest environmentally conscious park management company in the United States, it is not surprise that Xanterra has embedded the TIPS philosophy on responsible alcohol service into their company culture. They have repeatedly demonstrated their commitment to the safety of their guests and employees.”
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Xanterra is proud to participate in the National Parks' Healthy and Sustainable Food Program.  

"There has been a paradigm shift the past few years with people wanting and demanding healthier food and wanting to know where their food comes from," says Matthew McTigue, executive chef at the Grand Canyon South Rim for Xanterra Parks and Resorts.
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Get ready... The next National Park Service Fee-Free Day is set for Jan. 21, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! http://ow.ly/gKooj
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Attn: Ohioans! 
 
Do you know an aspiring photographer? Tell them about our photo contest and he or she could win a free night's stay at Punderson Manor State Park Lodge, Salt Fork State Park Lodge, Maumee Bay State Park Lodge, Deer Creek State Park Lodge  or Mohican State Park Lodges!

Photos must be submitted prior to November 1, 2012.

Click here for more information: http://bit.ly/18upYMB
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We are proud to announce that Xanterra Parks & Resorts has been awarded the concessionaire contract for Glacier National Park. 

Known as the “Crown of the Continent,” this park offers visitors some of the most spectacular landscapes including pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains and clear, tranquil lakes. Xanterra will officially take over the management of the park on January 1, 2014. http://bit.ly/1d4QMJi
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After more than a century focused solely on national-park-concessions contracts, the new business direction has injected fresh life into Xanterra.
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While announcement of that initiative drew wide attention when it was made two weeks ago, in truth the drive for healthier menu options crafted from sustainable, and even organic, ingredients has been ongoing among some concessionaires for some years now.

For Xanterra Parks & Resorts, which operates lodges and/or restaurants at the Grand Canyon, Zion, Death Valley, Crater Lake, Petrified Forest, Yellowstone and Zion national parks as well as at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the company has been looking for healthier ingredients for at least a decade.
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Delicious new developments happening at the Grand Canyon Railway!
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Find out why Winter in Death Valley is one of the best times of year to visit! http://ow.ly/gyghD
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"Bad management and the staff don't care about your needs."
"DO NOT PRE PAY - These people are the biggest thieves I have ever met."
"I'm a music star, I don't wash your dirty dishes thank you very much."
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Peter T.
11 months ago
I was contacted by an HR person at Xanterra for a 30-minute phone screen. She was pleasant enough but she could not give me any details about the commission plan - which I thought odd. The base pay is LOW ($13 hour) so I needed to know something about the commission plan to determine if this position would be viable. She said to ask about it during the in-person interview with "Andy". I took an on-line assessment. Next day I went in for the in-person interview. A woman named Tammy, not Andy, interviewed me for 45 minutes. She also could not provide detailed info about the commission plan. She said to ask Andy. I then was asked to sit with a call center rep to listen to their calls, for 25 minutes. Then I was led to Andy's office. That's when it became very bizarre and downright offensive: I was in Andy's office for no more than 90 seconds. I explained I was interested in learning about their commission plan. I glanced away and up at Andy's shelf at his desk. He asked, with alarm, "Are you OK?" I replied "OK? Why do you ask?" He then stood up and announced, "This interview is over". I was speechless. I asked, "Why is this interview over? I'm interested in hearing about the commission plan." He said, "I don't think you'd be a good fit." I was appalled and told him, "That's pretty rude and judgmental of you. I've been here with you less than two minutes." I walked out of his office, glad to be gone considering the level of professionalism at Xanterra. I've never been subjected to such degrading and offensive treatment at a job interview. Stay away from this company unless you are in need of abuse from rude, tyrannical and possibly mentally ill employees.
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Airomee Wind
5 years ago
Like Walmart they treat their employees horribly, and try to hide it from the general public. . They gave me a job offer once, and wanted to pay me peanuts, and asked me to do all the dirty work. The pay is horrible too. Barely above the minimum wage, with no benefits. I have very little respect for the man who owns these resorts. Their excuse is, that they promote within. I know how companies like this work. Chance of getting promoted by companies like this, is like a chance of a snowball in you know where. I'm a music star, I don't wash your dirty dishes thank you very much. Next time I visit the Grand Canyon, there's better places to go where employees are treated with better dignity. I hope a lot of people read this. So Xanterra the frown is on you! Airomee Wind
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Mlc">A Google User
5 years ago
Horrible company. I would suggest staying at other hotels in the area. Bad management and the staff don't care about your needs.
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Robert Stephen
a year ago
DO NOT PRE PAY - These people are the biggest thieves I have ever met. We prepaid for services and verified in the morning on way to park and once arrived all were canceled. They have taken our money. Will not give a refund and will not work with us. The cruise were canceled. the campsites were not available, the deposit prepaid were lost and these people are thieves. The can not help you with refund but have a whole department to fight you on getting you money that is deserved to you. Oh and by the way they will not answer the phone once you try to call and you will get voice mail. If you call accounting you will never get a response and always get voice mail with no direct numbers to get a person. Pauline Murrill Manager, Group/FIT Reservations Sales or Kim Freeman You will receive lies and commitments that will not come through and will lose your deposits
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Mlc">A Google User
5 years ago
I worked in the warehouse for Xanterra in Yellowstone Park.Yes, the work was taxing to a 50 yr. old body but the people I worked with made every day one to look forward to. II started out as a staff asst. which means I filed papers & ran price stickers off the computer.. I also helped with packing & shipping goods from Xanterra stores plus mail orders called in from customers all over the globe. After 1 yr. the mail order woman retired with a bum wrist & I was promoted to her position. Work is work. W-O-R-K!! It's not supposed to be easy. I got to llive in God's country, hike incredible trails & mountains & get a discount on products we sold. The pay? Pretty lousy for sosmeone with a professional background & degree. The payoff.... INCREDIBLE. I was an 10 mo. worker & was able to get health insurance & opt for disability insurance also. After being with Xantera for 1 1/2 yrs. I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. Not only did Xanterra's insurance co.take care of my doctor & hospital billls past the $2,000 deductible for 3 years I received disability with HR's help. Weigh all factors. R U out to make a bundle of money or live, work, & play in the worlds most beautiful landscapes? And yes,Xanterra does promote from within.
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