If you and your traveling shoes find yourselves somewhere interesting, be sure to snap a photo and send it to our Assistant Marketing Manager Miki Markovich…
Ron LeClaire, welder at Marathon’s Florida facility, brings us Florida-style traveling shoes from where else but Marathon Key. While fishing and lobstering with his friend Ryan, they were visited by a pod of dolphins.
When you live in the Tampa Bay area, you don’t have to travel far for memorable moments. Marathon Coach Florida Service Manager Joe Stefanczuk showcases his Traveling Shoes while visiting the dentist, at a Tampa Bay Lightning Hockey game and then at Sand Key just over the bridge from Clearwater Beach.
Gary and Alice Nelson
There were plenty of photogenic opportunities for the Nelsons as they meandered to the “Fantastic Florida Keys” rally via Chickahomony Pond, Ore.; Ogden, Utah; Rawlins, Wyo.; Littleton, Colo.; Trinidad, Colo.; Palo Duro Canyon, located in north Texas; Marathon Coach Texas, located in Grand Prairie; Canyon Lake, Texas (Alice’s brother’s house); College Station, Texas (George Bush Library); Galveston, Texas (to see the Houston Space Center); New Orleans (for food!); Fort Pickens, Fla.; Marathon Coach Florida, located in San Antonio; Fort Meyers, Fla. (to see Linda and Jim Brann — Alice’s relatives); and, of course, Bluewater Key RV Resort, Fla. for the rally. We can only imagine what they saw on the return trip. Pictured here are Gary and Alice’s feet at the Colorado History Museum, Gary’s feet at Palo Duro Canyon State Park and Gary’s shoes at Trinidad Lake State Park. We’re told Gary gets more camera time because his feet are larger and show up better in photos as a result.
After an adventurous morning swimming with manatees and snorkeling Three Sisters in Crystal River, Fla., Marathon Coach Florida Sales Assistant Michele Connor relaxed on the Crystal River Watersports tour boat.
While visiting Indio, Calif. to assist with Marathon events at Desert Shores and Motorcoach Country Club, Assistant Marketing Manager Miki Markovich hiked Indian Canyon twice, once with Marketing Manager Pete Sutton on the first day of the trip and once with her sister Jenna and Marathon Videographer James Strecker. Here she is standing in a natural oasis complete with California Fan Palm trees, waterfalls and streams.
Betty Siegrist teaches us that sometimes the best place to wear traveling shoes is at home planning for the next adventure. Here she is sipping cappuccino and admiring her Hong Kong Orchid tree while contemplating what she’s going to cook up for the cross-country trip to the Florida Keys rally. ⎣