First Responders & Military Appreciation at SKYWILD


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SKYWILD, the Greensboro Science Center's (GSC) treetop adventure park, is having a First Responders and Military Appreciation Day today at 11 a.m.  SKYWILD  will  host a group of First Responders, Military, and Veterans, who have been selected by their departments to come and experience a SKYWILD adventure FREE of charge.
This day of appreciation is a part of a month long First Responders and Military Appreciation Event at SKYWILD from November 1 through November 30, 2015.

During the season of giving thanks, SKYWILD wants to express gratitude to those who help protect and serve our communities by offering a special promotion for a SKYWILD adventure. First responders, including police, fire, and EMS, as well as members of the military can experience SKYWILD at GSC for a reduced rate of $30.00 per person (regular price $46.00). A valid ID is required to redeem this offer.

SKYWILD is grateful to service men and women and wants to take the month of November and this special day to honor them and show them appreciation for all they do for the community.

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