It is that time of the year again. Time to travel! As YOU, our fans, embark on some amazing vacations and adventures this summer, we at Bobsled want to remind you about staying in touch. Flights can be long and arduous, trust us we know. There is nothing more annoying than not having access to communication for 6 – 10 hours while you sit in your passenger seat.
In a time where we are more connected than ever, a question begs to be answered: When is it not appropriate to be on your cell phone? First, we were curious about dating. Do you use your cell phone on a date, or do you abide by a strict “phone’s off” policy?
Have you ever wondered why we say what we say? Who decided the greeting when answering your phone should be “Hello”? Someone had to! We thought we’d explore a little bit of history, and what we found was pretty interesting.
Spring break has finally ended and it is now officially Spring Quarter! You know what that means, time to study abroad. According to a recent survey, roughly ¼ of college students in the United States went off to study abroad programs in 2011!
Bobsled connects many different people, including long-lost friends. How? By connecting your Bobsled account to your Facebook account, you can easily leave voicemails for your old friends on their timelines!
First, Bobsled would like to thank military families for all the sacrifices you make in order to keep our families safe and our country free.