Archive for March, 2010

It must be Spring!

It doesn’t take much to get us excited in Gettysburg, does it? After a long and miserable winter, we’re thrilled to see the first sign of Spring — the porta-potties have returned to Pitzer Woods! We don’t know whether they were hibernating or migrating (and we don’t want to know) but their winter hiatus is […]

Review us on TripAdvisor!

At this writing, SegTours is #4 out of 32 attractions in Gettysburg, according to the travel review site, TripAdvisor. That is, TripAdvisor’s “Popularity Index” lists SegTours of Gettysburg as the fourth most popular thing to do in town! TripAdvisor is a popular place for travelers to ask the question, “What is there to do in […]

Segway Obstacle Course at the Gettysburg High School Mini-THON

This Friday night, March 19th, Gettysburg High School will be hosting the Penn State Four Diamonds Mini-THON and we’ll be offering a Segway obstacle course as part of the event. The Four Diamonds Fund is an organization which seeks a cure for childhood cancer and supports families of children who have cancer. The Mini-THON starts […]

Fun Facts about the Medal of Honor

As reported previously, it is officially called the Medal of Honor (not Congressional….). and it is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a person in the Armed Services of the United States. Here are a few other interesting facts about the Medal of Honor: General History The Medal of Honor (MOH) is properly […]

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Hey Facebook folks! Become a fan of our company page and keep up-to-date with news and developments about Gettysburg, Segways, and related stuff! When the spirit moves us, we take photos while on tour. If you’ve taken a tour with us recently, check out the Flickr tab of our Facebook page for your photo!

1st Lt. Alonzo Cushing – One Step Closer to the Medal of Honor

The Medal of Honor has been awarded 1527 times for service in the Civil War, including 63 for service at Gettysburg. The recipients have included such well-known participants of the battle as Major General Daniel Sickles, commander of the III Corps, and Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, defender of Little Round Top who was made even […]

Segway Inc. New Ownership

Segway, Inc. of Bedford, NH, was recently sold without much fanfare to its Segway UK distributor. Various sources tell us that the sale of the company is a very good thing, bringing new management and cash to the business. In particular, we hope that it means new investment in marketing and public relations, areas which […]