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Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center Earns 2017 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence

The Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center (CTNVC) received the 2017 TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. Now in its seventh year, the achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence recipients include attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience.

“There is no greater seal of approval than being recognized by our customers. With the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence based on customer reviews, the achievement is a remarkable vote of confidence to our continued commitment to provide visitors with a memorable and fulfilling experience during their time on the prairie,” said Chuck Cooper, President/CEO of the Crane Trust.

“TripAdvisor is excited to announce the recipients of the 2017 Certificate of Excellence, which celebrates hospitality businesses that have consistently received strong praise and ratings from travelers,” said Heather Leisman, Vice President of Industry Marketing, TripAdvisor. “This recognition allows us to publicly honor businesses that are actively engaging with customers and using feedback to help travelers identify and confidently book the perfect trip.”

The CTNVC was also the winner of the 2015 and 2016 Nebraska Travel Industry Outstanding Nature-Tourism Entity award. The CTNVC is the gateway for visitors wanting to explore the historic prairie in central Nebraska and the great sandhill crane migration. Visitors can see more than just cranes with the center’s introduction of excursions such as fat biking and kayaking as well as a growing herd of pure American bison. The bison and excursions allow for year-round tourism at the center.

Read or share your own experience by writing a review on TripAdvisor. These great reviews help draw more visitors to our great state and special visitor and nature center, allowing us to continue our vital work on the prairie.