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Tour of a brewery - a group of about 20, casually dressed, people wearing headphones, facing one guy dressed in black jeans and gray t-shirt, also wearing a headset with a microphone and pointing to something behind him.

The tastiest tours in Portland, Maine are at the Allagash Brewing Company thanks to Listen

Located on the outskirts of Portland, Maine, the Allagash Brewing Company started as a one-man operation in 1995. Founder and beer enthusiast, Rob Tod, had noticed that while both British and German styles of beer were prevalently represented among the craft brewing movement, there was a style that was missing and he was thirsty for it. Through his travels and adventures, Tod had grown quite fond of Belgian-style beer and he felt that it was high-time that the American drinking public had a taste.

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Tour Guides Serve Up Satisfaction On Food Processing Plant Tours

As an experienced industrial tour guide, Robert Sapien has been taking advantage of tour group communication technology for a number of years. The first system he used worked pretty well at blocking out the din of noisy machinery on the plant floor. However, its clunky design and flimsy nature was undesirable and quickly wore out.

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Woman presenting to group at art exhibit

Museum of Contemporary Art Mounts Listen for Gallery Tours

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland is a non-collecting institution, and thus is recreated three times a year. This ensures a steady stream of traffic through its 23,000 square feet of gallery space. Like most museums, MOCA conducts tours, some led by docents, others by artists. All share a common thread: unparalleled sound, thanks to equipment from Listen Technologies Corporation.

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North Carolina Aquarium Makes A Splash With Wireless Listening

In the popular Pixar animated film Finding Nemo, the young and stubborn clown fish, Nemo, proves to his overprotective father that“fin impairment” cannot prevent him from exploring the adventures of the ocean. With the same vigor and ambition, the staff at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is ensuring that their patrons can also savor the aquatic adventures regardless of hearing or language barriers.

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Group of attendees touring through the Toyota plant.

Toyota Industrial Improves Factory Tours

A group tour is a popular way for companies and other organizations to impress customers, public relations professionals, vendors, associates, and new employees. When a tour has to be conducted in a noisy environment or the tour group is quite large, it is difficult for the tour guide to communicate clearly to all participants. Shouting or using a megaphone can result in distractions to workers, and can fatigue both the guide and the guests. With a Listen tour group system, guides can communicate comfortably, guests can clearly hear the presentation, and distraction to workers is reduced.

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Listen Headquarters

14912 Heritage Crest Way
Bluffdale, Utah
84065-4818 USA

Phone: +1.801.233.8992
Email: [email protected]
Toll-Free: 1.800.330.0891

Listen Europe

Alsvej 21
Randers, NV 8940
Denmark
Phone: +45 2939 4422 Email: [email protected]
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Listen Headquarters

14912 Heritage Crest Way
Bluffdale, Utah
84065-4818 USA

Phone: +1.801.233.8992
Email: [email protected]
Toll-Free: 1.800.330.0891

Listen Europe

Alsvej 21
Randers, NV 8940
Denmark
Phone: +45 2939 4422 Email: [email protected]