On the lighter side....Happy Nude Recreation Week!
Palm Springs, CA, July 08, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Shortly after Americans finish observing our nation's independence on July 4th, another major holiday period needs to be celebrated.
It is the 32nd Anniversary of Nude Recreation Week, held from July 9-15th, 2007. The American Association of Nude Recreation (AANR) is a major sponsor of this holiday.
Nude Recreation Week informs first timers all about the fun they are missing out on by not vacationing at topless or nude resorts and beaches.
Nude sunbathing, swimming, and skinny dipping has had a long history in America. Presidents John Quincy Adams and Teddy Roosevelt used to go nude swimming in the Potomac river. And Benjamin Franklin greatly enjoyed his daily outdoor "air baths" while wearing just his birthday suit.
Nude Recreation Week lets everyone know that by vacationing at nudist and clothing optional resorts, you can finally find a fun way to shed all of life's daily stresses along with your clothes.
Nude recreation is the fastest growing trend in the travel and leisure industries. In a recent national survey conducted by Yesawich, Pepperdine, Brown, & Russell/Yankelovich Partners, 12% of adults responded to the survey that they consider a resort that offered a nude recreation experience extremely desirable. Compared to only 10% of adults saying the same about a golf vacation, and only 6% saying the same about a tennis vacation, it is easy to see that vacationing at nudist resorts is definitely on the rise in popularity.
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