Dr. Cornelius Nase Campbell House built around 1845 as a two story house with an ornate cross gable and a cupola is located in Stanfordvill New York.
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Our limousine service started as a taxi service in 1965 after my father lost his right leg in a construction accident.
Donald Abbott decided to start driving to the Park where there was a Greyhound Bus Stop in Lee Massachusetts a part of the recovery process, it helped take his mind off the major derailment in his life. While parked there he was often asked “is this a taxi?” A $10 taxi license an extension of the accelerator pedal, and the Bubble light mounted, he began taking hails in that 1960 station wagon quickly becoming the local cabby. More about how Abbott’s Limo got started
The Berkshire Visitors Bureau celebrated their 75th anniversary. Their annual meeting and marketing showcase took place at Cranwell Resort, Spa & Golf Club. The theme of Thanksgiving set the stage for a major announcement of Bureau partnering with Berkshire Farm & Table in 2014 that includes new funds from the State. More than 180 tourism related business leaders were present to elect new members to the Berkshire Visitors Bureau. Some of the new members included Scott Shortt of the Kemble Inn, Michele Kotek of the Red Lion Inn, and Van Shields of the Berkshire Museum, thank you and congratulations.
Taste of the Berkshires is getting a new campaign enhanced with funds from the MA Office of Travel and Tourism. Berkshires Annual Meeting cont.
Here is the calendar of the events taking place the weekend of December 6th through the 8th in Stockbridge Massachusetts. We at Abbott’s Limo highly recommend making plans to participate in the festivities if at all possible and immerse yourselves in this magical New England setting. Stockbridge will be decorated with almost endless garland, wreaths, and lights to bring to life Norman Rockwell’s painting of the village during the holidays.