What are some good cheaper shows in Branson, MO in Mid March?
This one looks promising:
Comedy Jamboree Show -- A rollercoaster of laughs, comedy, music, dance, and family fun! From hilarious comedic routines, which always feature victims - errr - volunteers from the audience, and show stopping musical moments, the Comedy Jamboree is a MUST SEE while visiting Branson!
Don't miss this ALL-NEW, comedy and musical extravaganza! Starring Branson's reigning Comedian of the Year - Jamie Haage as Jim Dandy - and a sizzling cast of singers and dancers, all backed by the best of the best of Branson musicians, this show is a HOT TICKET!
On the link I posted below, adult ticket prices are $26.95, and children 12 and under are free! I haven't seen much cheaper.
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Does anyone know anything about the Wynnedam call center jobs in Branson MO?
While I am not familiar with the company you mentioned I am very familiar with call centers.
There is very little walking involved. To the extent one has to get use to sitting in front of a work station. As almost all of the work functions require information entering and accessing.
Now shift supervisors are on their feet a lot. Assisting their team members. However I know of several that do this from wheelchairs and do it very good.
Going to Branson Mo -- where can you bunjee jump there?
I did a jump in Branson about 5 years ago so I know there is a place or two. Here is some info that I found:
Bumper Boats Amusement Center, The
1715 West Highway 76
Branson, MO 65616
Featuring bumper boats, a rock climbing wall, and a gyro ride, this family entertainment center also offers bungee jumping, a trampoline, rides for small children, and lots more from April through October.
I don't think this is the place that I did it but, at least they offer this! There are 2 other places down on the strip that are kinda like Bunjee jumping. You are face down and they launch you and you swing back and forth. Places like 6 flags have this. It still is pretty cool! I hope this helps you have a great trip!
What are some of your favorite things to do in Branson, MO?
There is a fun 50's place, sorry I don't recall the name, but the food is good and is fun, they play Rock&Roll music, and the waiters are dressed and act like 50's people.
Too bad you don't have time for a show. The Liverpool Legends is a Beatles tribute Band and they are really, really good! They are managed by Louise Harrison (Sister of George Harrison), it would be worth if you have the chance to see them.
What is a great family place to tent camp between Tulsa OK and Branson MO?
"Withrow Springs State Park" (Tent sites start at $17) Nestled in shaded woods that reflect the seasonal beauty of the surrounding hardwood forest, the park's campground features 47 campsites [30 Class AAA (with water, up to 50 amp service, and sewer hookups) and 17 Class B (with water and 30 amp service)]. Each campsite can accommodate either an RV and/or a tent. The camping area also features a new, barrier-free bathhouse.
Withrow Springs State Park is located five miles north of Huntsville on Ark. 23; or 20 miles south of Eureka Springs on Ark. 23.
How heavily impacted is being 20 and not 21 in finding things to do in Branson, MO?
Not at all. Branson is a family destination, therefore there really isn't much that is geared toward the 21 and over crowd. Most people from Branson drive to Springfield for the night clubs and bar scene because of the lack of that style night life in Branson. You don't see any bars or clubs along the main roads in Branson, although I think there might be a couple (I have been to Branson countless times in my life and have yet to see a single one). I've been to a lot of places in Branson a lot of times and have yet to encounter a place that has age restrictions for admission.
Here is something that may be more useful than approximate. If you are looking at a particular address, you can actually call the power company and ask what the over-all average bill is for the past year. They can tell you the high bill amount and low bill amount, along with the overall yearly average. They can't tell you specific monthly bills for confidentiality.
Good luck, hope this was helpful.
Is there any white water rafting places in Branson, MO?
There are multiple outfitters near the Current River, and the Jacks Fork in Missouri - both provide a nice moving stream, which does in places require some experience floating, but not really white water rafting potential. GREAT scenic floating on both rivers.
The Buffalo River in Arkansas provides a great float as well, and also has a lot of bluffs, and beautiful scenery - the water runs a little swifter, but still not white water rafting potential (at least not like you see in Colorado or in the Grand Canyon).
They're all a couple hours from Branson, but would provide a great float.
Where can you see deals to stay in Branson, MO that are condo type rentals?
"Cheap" and "decent" mean different things to different people. I, too recommend VRBO and HomeAway because you have many individual owners who will rent their properties at a reasonable price. I use these sites to advertise our condo at the Lake of the Ozarks, and I would not advertise there if they were not a good method to market our condo.
One other thing to consider in Branson is renting timeshare units that have put in to a rental pool or from someone who can not use their week. Branson has many of these developments and many will have units with kitchens. Marriott is one example with their resort. Very nice units and you can count on them being decent. There are many other timeshare developments their. You could try a search at a site like redweek.com to see if rental units are available. I'm sure a Yahoo search would help locate timeshare rentals in Branson.
Where can I find someone in Branson MO who is knowledgeable of older recording equipment?
A bit hard to explain without knowing what your hubby was using before. In the old days I had the 4 channel reel to reel tape recorder (cutting edge in those days). These days I use the 8 channel digital deck for all my work, and believe me, the sound you can get is unbelievable compared to the reel to reel tape deck. It's the only way hubby can really go these days. Google "zoom digital desks" and you will find 8 or 16 Channel digital desks. They even come with a built in burner to make your own copy. They cost about $1000 which isn't much considering what they can do these days. Hubby would probably know about Boss decks, but they are sometimes to expensive. If you want to, have a look at my profile, as I always leave it open so anyone can contact me if they want to and I'll send you a song that I've done myself so you can hear what they do. I'll let it go at that Fluff. Eric.
On avg how much does an LPN at Skaggs hospital in Branson, MO make?
hi there,scroll down to LPN and click more..it might help?there"s no mention of money on any of the vacancies offered..
When are the cheapest and most expensive times of year to go to Branson, MO?
Branson busiest and most expensive times are Summer, Fall, and early winter (until Christmas) after the first of the year the tourism really drops and so do the prices. Christmas is increasing in popularily in Branson, all the shows are creating "Christmas shows".
When my husband and I first got married we used to take the 3night specials at condos for like $40 - $50 (for all three nights) but would have to go through a sales pitch for a couple hrs so you can save money that way.
I would suggest you go down in the fall or at least after school is back in session. We have stayed at Cardinial Inn just outside of Branson (off strip), cheap, and clean.
Hope you have a great trip.
Does anyone have any recommendations for fun activities in Branson MO?
Be sure to check out the Branson Landing downtown, plenty of shopping including Bass Pro Shop, Belks Dept Store and Build-A-Bear for kids. Don't miss the water show in the town square especially after dark. There's always Silver Dollar City and Celebration City. The Titanic Museum is great, as is Ripleys Believe it or Not and the Hollywood wax Museum. There are several Trax for riding go cards and bumper boats. If you're looking for shows the Dixie Stampede dinner theater is good, Shoji Tabuchi's show is good too. While in Branson you should go out to the dam on Table Rock Lake and be sure to go below the dam to the hatchery too. Have a great time in Branson!!
I am going to Branson, MO on a spur of the moment trip. What attrractions should I not miss?
You could always check out Tanger. I like that better than the landing, it's free to hang out there, obviously shopping, though.
There's lots of random little shops and go-kart places on the 76 strip, and I think there's a picnic/swim area near Indian Point, that lets you swim in the lake. (A roped off area.) There's the Titanic Museum, if you're a history buff.
There's a couple of wineries, though I've never been to them myself, I just know they're there, and there's the IMAX theater.
Hope this helps. Have fun.
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Looking for a nice cheap place to stay in Branson MO?
You might enjoy staying at the KOA in Branson. They have a variety of options for your stay, including camping cabins and cottages.
(Deluxe Kamping Kottage)
How much will it cost a family of 3 to vacation for a week in Branson, MO?
I would think you'll need a little more than that. For a week, you should probably figure in about $50/day for food alone, gas is ridiculous and you should budget maybe even $100 for that & as for souvenirs, I'm sure your wife will want alot & also to get some for the son, I'd say maybe $100 for that....overall-I'd make sure you have at least $750 & if you don't spend it all, at least you'll have some cash in your pocket when you get back :)
What is the recipe for Rotisserie Chicken similar to Dixie Stampede's in Branson, MO?
I have not eaten at Dixie's but what I do know is most places soak the chicken in baking soda to make it tender.
Prepare chicken by soaking in a solution of water and baking soda. Add 1 or 2 Tablespoons baking soda to enough cold water to cover chicken. Soak chicken in this for about 30 minutes. Drain well and rinse well with cold water. Set aside and continue or refrigerate covered until ready to cook.
Hope that helps
What are the best websites for real estate in Branson MO and surrounding areas?
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We go at least once a year. We love Silver Dollar City, Branson Landing (brand new shops on the river) the Tanger Outlet Mall has the most bargains! Here is an article about FREE things to do in Branson!
What is the cheapest transportation from Branson, MO to San Francisco?
Gods, I wouldnt wish the bus on my worst enemy.
I took a bus from Reno to Springfeild. (it didnt go to Branson, you might want to check that) IT made me swear to myself I would NEVER take a bus again.
Flying is so wrong these days too.
You might check amtrac's prices.
Personaly I would drive, but gas is awful now too.
I just got back from Branson yesterday. It's a fun place to go. They have a lot of shopping there, or so I've been told. I'm not sure as to where they are located. Depending on your interests, there are a lot of good shows. Legends In Concert is great if you like music. We went two days ago and they had Alan Jackson, Britney Spears, Blues Brothers, Temptations and Elvis. The Temptations were GREAT! And it's easy to find... it's on 76 (the main drag). Any hotel will have a wall full of brochures of all the shows and they have a list of phone numbers for the shows. There is also a website, I think it's BransonMissouri.com. Just go to any search engine and search Branson Missouri. They'll have lists of everything there is to do.
A Japanese violinist (Shoji Tabuchi - not sure of the spelling) is very entertaining. Also the Lawrence Welk show is wholesome entertainment depending on age. It is good for the very young and the 50+ (nostalgia). Teens will be critical because it is not their kind of music or dancing.
The hwy isn't nearly as bad as it used to be. It's all 4-laned now. The Radisson in Branson is a nice hotel (and I typically don't like Radisson).
Be sure to see Shoji Tabuchi's show while you're there. It's one of the more entertaining ones, and his bathrooms are unbelievable.