Key West Trolley is a Model for Companies that want to Accommodate People with Hearing Loss

Article by John Prokop

Hello Fellow Hearing Loss Colleagues, I think it’s really important to share information in this group, when we find accommodating businesses and vendors who make the extra effort and go the extra mile, to accommodate our needs.

Last week I was in Key West, Florida and my wife and I wanted to just kick back and enjoy a leisurely trolley tour of the city. There are different trolley, buses and motorized train tours available to chose from. The “Key West Old Town Trolley Tours,” was the longest tour with the most stops. It also allowed you to get on or off, at any of the 14 designated stops. We decided to go with their tour. When we purchased our tickets I asked our driver Grace, if there were any available…Read More

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