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Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary acquires Juneau zip line operator


January 02, 2018
Tuesday PM

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, LLC announced today that it has acquired longtime Juneau zip line operator, Alaska Zipline Adventures, LLC. The addition strengthens the respected reputation of Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary as a first-rate visitor experience company, which already owns and operates several other tours, including three zip line courses through its company, Alaska Canopy Adventures. 

“Our goal has always been to provide Alaska visitors and locals with a safe, enjoyable and memorable experience and we are confident that ARS will pick up where we left off,” said Davy and Gin Anderson, owners of Alaska Zipline Adventures, LLC. “It has been a joy operating this business and sharing the excitement of zip line adventures with others. We’re very grateful to our customers and to ARS for its commitment to continue the fun culture that we’ve established at Alaska Zipline Adventures.”

There are no major changes planned for Alaska Zipline Adventures this upcoming summer season. Favorite amenities at Alaska Zipline Adventures, such as its tree house platforms, axe-throwing experience and relaxing lodge, will continue to be offered. 

“This change in ownership will not affect the zip line experience. All of the features that customers know and love will still be available,” said Brien Salazar, co-founder of ARS and CEO/president of Taquan Air. “ARS is committed to carrying on the same caliber of service and unique approach to zip lining that Alaska Zipline Adventures is known for.”


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Editing by Mary Kauffman, SitNews


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