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Feb. Week 4
Plato hiked Pine Mountain in Cartersville, Georgia, and reached the top just in time to catch the sunset.
We “ROC” when we work together! Plato built a community book-sharing library with his Publix family during the Retail Operations Conference (ROC) in Orlando, Florida.
Bonjour, mon ami! Parisians were very impressed by this dinosaur’s French when Plato visited the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
Feb. Week 3
It was a grand slam when one green monster visited another at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.
Plato traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana, and toured the National WWII Museum. After learning so much, Plato hunted for the perfect New Orleans snack: a beignet.
Orange you glad I didn’t say banana? This orange grove in Winter Haven, Florida, made a great road trip stop — and a healthy one for a hungry dinosaur.
Feb. Week 2
The Grand Canyon is home to millions of years of geological history, including when Plato’s ancestors roamed the earth!
Viva Las Vegas! Plato hit the strip in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada.
Road trips are always better with a buddy. Plato and friends hopped on the road to the Blue Ridge Mountains. The famous Blue Ridge Parkway spans 469 miles, from Virginia to North Carolina!
Feb. Week 1
Green is definitely his color. Plato hit the driving course for the Publix Truck Driving Championship in Jacksonville, Florida..
The Big Apple is full of big adventures. Plato went to New York City and found One World Trade Center in the skyline.
Plato took time to stop and smell the flowers — and learn a new language — while visiting Thailand.