Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – June 1, 2011

The New GPS Adventures Canada Maze

Groundspeak and Minotaur Mazes have launched a new GPS Adventures in Canada! GPS Adventures Canada is a smaller version of the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit currently touring North America. GPS Adventures Canada prominently features Alberta’s Canadian Badlands and showcases some of the best geocaches in the country. Geocachers who log their attendance at the GPS Adventures Canada Maze will earn a unique icon for the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit Cache type.

The Centennial Place Recreation Complex in Three Hills, Alberta will host the exhibit from June 4, 2011 through July 31, 2011. On July 15, Groundspeak’s Jeremy Irish will visit Three Hills for a meet and greet event celebrating the launch of the Canadian Maze. Log your “will attends” today!

Introduce a New Geocacher, $1 Goes to Classrooms in Need

Introduce your friends to geocaching from now through June 30 and we will donate $1 to, up to a total of $10,000! Make sure to let your friends know that they need to sign up for an account, enter your username in the referral field and log a cache all within the month of June in order to be eligible. The best way to introduce someone new is to take them geocaching, but if that’s not possible, log in to and send them the tell a friend email. For complete details on the promotion, visit the blog. See how many people you can refer as a community – follow your progress on the referral thermometer in the sidebar of the blog.