Are your attendees a little jaded, you know, the "been-there/done that" types? Or are they just a little spacey? This might be just the thing to jazz up an incentive trip or afternoon outing--Zero-G Experience, where your attendees can fly weightlessly and pretend they're astronauts (you have to be in Hollywood, Fla., to participate, and it takes a full day to go through the training). From the company's Web site:
walk on Mars and the Moon and be weightless like you are in Earth orbit.
I just got a press release from Maritz Travel about how it will "begin offering The ZERO-G Experience to coincide with ZERO-G's launch and first public flight taking place at Newark Liberty International Airport. The package will consist of a full-day program led by a veteran astronaut and a weightless flight on G-FORCE ONE, ZERO-G's specially-modified Boeing 727-200 cargo aircraft."
Just don't invite me along for the ride--despite a Robert Heinlein-induced desire to be an astronaut as a kid, even roller coasters make me green these days.
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