TUCSON, Arizona – Ready to get your news directly from the source, instead of your favorite network anchor? Head out on your own personal fact-finding mission with Gray Line of Tuscon's Border Crisis: Fact and Fiction tour. See firsthand what is really going on at the much-debated U.S. – Mexico border.
Most of the border-related information that is readily available to the public comes from media outlets with one political spin or another. "The genius of this tour is its apolitical nature," says Brad Weber, President and CEO of Gray Line Worldwide. "Our hope is that each individual leaves with more knowledge than they came with, and goes on to share that knowledge."
As the tour travels from Tucson to the border town of Nogales, visitors will stop at the water tanks in Arivaca, placed there by the nonprofit group Humane Borders for thirsty travelers in need of rejuvenation, U.S. citizens or not. The tour also includes discussions about the border's effects on the area's produce and livestock economy and a visit to the actual point of entry and border fence.
Regardless of political leanings, this tour is an ideal way to make an informed decision one way or the other. Not only is Gray Line of Tucson helping the public do their own investigating, but they're giving a a voice to those on the border.To learn more, go to Gray Line Tucson
About Gray Line
Serving over 700 destinations worldwide, Gray Line invented the art of sightseeing and serves as the industry leader in tours, activities and attractions. Founded in 1910, primarily offering excursions throughout North America, the company has since grown into a multi-faceted, global sightseeing powerhouse specializing in well-rounded destination experiences that include adventure and eco tours, luxury tour services, budget-friendly activities, as well as culinary, cultural and historical pursuits. The company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. www.grayline.com.
Beth Hengeveld | Gray Line Worldwide
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