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Check this out; have a look at this; listen to this. We all have fingerprints, but dig this: we all have unique tongue prints too! Whoa, dig this old Cadillac! It must be worth a fortune!
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After such imaginary discourse, the passenger in his fancy would dig, and dig, dig--now with a spade, now with a great key, now with his hands--to dig this wretched creature out.
Dig This has received TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence award in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Dig This is currently ranked number 4 in Fun & Games Las Vegas on TripAdvisor.
Winning this award is a true source of pride for the entire team at Dig This.
For example, with today falling on a Wednesday, anyone planning to dig this weekend (Aug.
Among homeowners who plan to dig this year, the most popular projects include planting shrubs (among 71 percent of homeowners who plan to dig), planting a tree (57 percent) and digging to pour concrete to create a patio or walkway (29 percent).
According to the Common Ground Alliance, 49 percent of Americans who plan to dig this year will put their community's safety at risk by not calling 811 to learn the approximate location of underground utilities.
Exclusive to Dig This and Canyon Ranch SpaClub[R] at the Venetian[R] and the Palazzo[R], Excavate & Exfoliate combines a 90-minute Big Dig experience, a 50-minute spa service (conditioning Body Scrub or Canyon Ranch Massage), and all-day use of spa facilities for $372.
We are thrilled to partner with Canyon Ranch SpaClub[R] at the Venetian[R] and the Palazzo[R] on this unique package," said Ed Mumm, Dig This Owner and Founder.
For example, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tyrese, Michael Grant, Chris Webber, Steve Francis, and John Sally dig this new style.
specialty chains and catalog retailers have discovered how popular I Dig is with consumers and have made plans to expand with I Dig this year.
Dig This has held the number one spot as Las Vegas' top attraction on TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site, since October of 2011.
8220;Being ranked the number one attraction in one of the world's largest experiential markets, is a significant achievement,” said Ed Mumm, Dig This Founder and CEO.
com)-- Ed Mumm, founder and CEO of Dig This, America's first-and-only recreational heavy equipment playground, has been named a Top 25 Newsmaker by Engineering News-Record (ENR), McGraw-Hill Construction's prestigious publication and website.
Mumm's Dig This has been profiled twice by ENR; first in August 2008, when the company debuted it;s pilot program in Steamboat Springs, CO; and most recently in May 2011, when operations launched in Las Vegas, NV.