Dig This® Recognized by TripAdvisor with Certificate of Excellence

Las Vegas, NV, July 25, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Dig This®, America’s first heavy equipment playground, has received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for earning exceptional traveler reviews over the past 12 months. The Certificate of Excellence honors businesses that consistently earn top ratings from TripAdvisor travelers. The award is given only to the most exceptional performers in TripAdvisor’s global business community.

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. TripAdvisor currently lists 526 attractions for Las Vegas.

Additionally, Dig This’ Guest Service Manager, Emily Powell, was recently honored by the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce and the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority for her dedication to outstanding customer service.

“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. "The team at Dig This are focused on our mission, to be the best and most sought after experience providers on earth. Looking at the reviews on Trip Advisor we are certainly on the right track to achieve this goal."

Dig This opened in May 2011 at 3012 S. Rancho Drive, bringing the latest in recreational and corporate entertainment to the Las Vegas market allowing non-industry folks the once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the adrenaline rush of playing with massive, full-size hydraulic excavators and bulldozers.

Dig This is open daily, providing Big Dig, Mega Dig and Group Dig activities. All sessions start with an equipment and safety orientation before participants get behind the controls in climate-controlled, radio equipped cabs and maneuver equipment in individual work areas. Participants must be at least 14 years of age. Pricing begins at $249.00 for the Big Dig session. Dig This is just minutes from The Strip.

Dig This also offers specialty packages and corporate programming including: Dig & Destroy, Executive Retreat and Development, Competitive Edge Team Building, and Incentive Trips. Private and special event bookings are also welcome.

For complete details on all Dig This programming and reservations, visit us online at DigThisVegas.com and/or call: 1.888.DIG.THIS (1.888.344.8447) or 702.222.4344.

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About Dig This®, LLC:
Dig This®, America’s first heavy equipment playground was founded by New Zealander Ed Mumm in Steamboat Springs, Colorado in 2007. Dig This’ inspiration came to Ed while he was operating heavy equipment to construct his home in Steamboat Springs. After having fun clearing trees and scrub oak, constructing a road, building a pond and digging foundations he realized the potential for a business opportunity and the concept for Dig This was formed. Ed pioneered the “super-sized sandbox” concept providing the opportunity for the general public to command the controls of heavy equipment in a safe, fun and supervised environment. Dig This launched operations in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 6, 2011, bringing the latest in recreational and corporate entertainment by allowing non-industry folks the once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the thrill and rush of playing with massive hydraulic excavators and bulldozers. Structured courses, including corporate and custom programming guarantee 20 tons of fun. www.digthisvegas.com. Dig This, LLC and Dig This Las Vegas are not affiliated with or sponsored, approved, or endorsed by Caterpillar in any way.
Dig This
Cathy Wiedemer
Ed Mumm
Founder and CEO