Quad City Segway Tours opened April 1


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Posted Online: April 10, 2013, 10:40 am
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Submitted press release.

DAVENPORT -- Quad City Segway Tours opened April 1, locally owned and operated by a Quad City family, Quad City Segway is based out of the Visitor Center at Union Station, 102 South Harrison Street, Davenport.
Guests can choose between either a one-hour, or a two-hour guided tour with a Special Tour Guide leading the way. Tours run along the Mississippi Riverfront from Davenport out to Credit Island and back.
Tours are for groups of two to ten people, ages 14 and up.
For information and reservations, visit www.quadcitysegway.com, or contact Cole Chaplin 563-594-8839 or chaplinsegway@hotmail.com





















 



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