Gourmet Kettle Cooked Potato Chips
PenAir is Alaska's largest commuter airline, operating a fleet of 40 aircraft and providing scheduled service to 36 communities throughout Southwest Alaska. PenAir was the second airline in the state to receive the Medallion Shield Award.
Most people only associate the Alaska Railroad with trains. It’s easy to see why – with memorable tour guide commentary, spacious rail cars, panoramic windows, and superb dining service. But there’s a whole other side of us to explore.
From flightseeing tours to whale watching cruises, fishing charters to dog sled rides – with a variety of Alaska Railroad vacation packages and a host of scenic day tours, one thing is certain; the Alaska Railroad is the best way to see Alaska.
The Denali National Park shuttle bus system (VTS) was established in 1972 after the completion of the George Parks Highway. Having shuttle buses transport visitors into Denali National Park and Preserve (then Mt. McKinley National Park) helps to protect the natural resources. By using the park's shuttle system, visitors actively support the National Park's Services mission of preserving and protecting park resources for future generations.
The 26 Glacier Cruise is a five-hour glacier and wildlife adventure that is easily done in one day from Anchorage. Enjoy sailing on the calm, protected waters of Prince William Sound and experience close-up views of tidewater glaciers plus an amazing array of wildlife. A complimentary hot lunch is served to the passengers during the cruise. Our high-speed catamarans will allow you to spend more time at the glaciers and less time in route. Connecting rail service is now available from Anchorage or we can arrange motorcoach transportation for groups.
Since firing up its brew kettle in 1995, Midnight Sun Brewing Company has become a serious yet creative force on the American brewing front. From concept to glass, Midnight Sun relies on an "art marries science" approach, mixing tradition with innovation, to design and craft bold, distinctive beers for Alaska...and beyond.
The Alaska Grown logo was designed by the Division of Agriculture in 1985 to highlight products grown in the State and to increase consumer awareness and consumption of Alaskan products. The federal and state registered logo promotes high quality Alaska Grown products and processed products made from them.
Before there was Carrs there was J.B. Gottstein & Company. Way back in 1915 when Anchorage was still a rough hewn town of sawmills, blacksmith shops and saloons, J.B. Gottstein began supplying groceries and other staples to Alaskans, making it today, the oldest company in Alaska. Survey after survey has positioned Carrs as Alaskan's most highly regarded source of fresh produce and meat at the most competitive prices.
Holiday Stationstores is a recognized leader in the convenience store industry with 300 corporately owned stores located throughout 12 states in the northern tier region of the United States: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington also in Alaska.
Tesoro Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, is an independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products. Tesoro, through its subsidiaries, operates seven refineries in the western United States with a combined capacity of approximately 665,000 barrels per day. Tesoro's retail-marketing system includes over 870 branded retail stations, of which over 380 are company operated under the Tesoro®, Shell®, Mirastar® and USA Gasoline™ brands.
Chevron stations stand for more than just a place to fill up your car. Our new, brightly lit logo signifies quality fuel that you and your car can trust. It represents convenient brand-name food items for you and your family. And the look of our recently updated stations reflects the quality and cleaning power we put into all of our products.
The Imaginarium Discovery Center is Alaska’s hands-on, minds-on science discovery center, a place where families and visitors of all ages can explore art, history and science through play. The Alaska Chip Company is proud to support the Imaginarium by donating chips and popcorn used in their annual Trick or Treat town fund raiser.