Holy Land Experience offers free admission to Florida’s first responders on Sept. 30
Holy Land Experience will offer complimentary admission to Florida’s first responders on Saturday, Sept. 30, in appreciation for their service in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
“We are so grateful to our state’s many law enforcement, emergency and utility personnel for their selfless response to the devastation and heartache so many have suffered because of Hurricane Irma,” said Mike Everett, Manager of Holy Land Experience. “As a small token of our appreciation, we’re inviting these heroes and their families for a complimentary day to enjoy the productions, music, life-changing exhibits, and inspirational atmosphere here at Holy Land Experience.”
Qualified first responders, which includes former and current law enforcement, EMT, firefighters, city, county, and utility personnel, as well as up to four additional guests will receive complementary admission to Holy Land Experience on Sept. 30 during the park’s regular operating hours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
First responder guests are asked to visit the Guest Services lobby once they arrive, and present a valid employment ID to receive their admission.
“We’re expecting a great turnout for this special appreciation day, as we thank and bless our state’s first responders for their above-and-beyond service,” said Everett.
For more information, visit HolyLandExperience.com.