CPR Bob's Top 5 Fave Places to Visit on West CoastAt Learn CPR 4 Life, we make it convenient for our clients in California by traveling to their location to teach classes. This past year, our mascot, Bob the Mannequin, has traveled to some pretty great places with us! Today we’re taking a trip down memory lane and revisiting some of Bob’s favorite spots in California and Nevada. Follow along with us on our exciting Bob-inspired blog road trip.
1. Foxen Winery - Santa Maria, CA
Visiting Foxen Winery was a first for Learn CPR 4 Life! We’ve never trained a group at a winery before until our visit to Santa Maria. Of course the content of the class is serious, but the environment was so welcoming. We loved getting to know the employees here, and it’s safe to say that Bob definitely enjoyed himself, along with his other mannequin counterparts.
2. Driving Along the Cali Coast
It’s no surprise that driving along the Cali coast ranks #2 on Bob’s list. On our way to a Corporate CPR training course, our drive was lined with the lovely Pacific Ocean. What a view! We could get used to this.
3. NAVIAR Oxnard, CA
Bob thoroughly enjoyed his trip to the Naval Air Systems Command, known as NAVIAR in Oxnard, CA. NAVAIR's mission is to provide full life-cycle support of naval aviation aircraft, weapons and systems operated by Sailors and Marines. Looks like we’re both in the business of saving lives! As you can see Bob thoroughly enjoyed his time here. Bob even told us, “I want to be a pilot now!” ;)
4. What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas
Bob loves getting in the Christmas spirit. Him and Santa had an epic time cruising around in Santa’s sportsmobile. And although what happens in Vegas is supposed to stay in Vegas, Bob brought the xmas cheer back to Cali with us. But don’t worry, Santa went back to the North Pole to oversee his elves - and Santa did say that Bob was welcome there any time!
5. Snow White Weather
Bob’s first snow, and he loved it! “It was chilly, but such a refreshing change!” said Bob. We agree. We love the California coast, but nothing beats the crisp air of colder weather.
Do you live in California and need to get CPR certified? Maybe you’re looking into becoming an instructor yourself. Whether you’re part of a large corporation or you’re an individual, we would love to help you!
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