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Heroes head to Legoland Florida for free in May
Heroes head to Legoland Florida for free in May

Winter Haven, Florida -- If you have a police officer, firefighter, or EMS worker in your family, you can head to Legoland for a lot less in May.

The theme park is holding Police, Fire, and EMS Appreciation Days all through the month of May, 2013.

Anyone in those professions can claim a free one-day admission ticket and buy up to four more tickets for the discounted price of $40 each.

For more information on this special officer, see these details provided by Legoland Florida:

As a special thank you, LEGOLAND® Florida is bringing back Police, Fire and EMS Appreciation Days to honor our everyday heroes that work tirelessly to protect and serve our cities across the country.

Police officers, fire fighters and EMS employees will receive a free one-time single day admission to LEGOLAND Florida for use during the month of May 2013 with an opportunity to purchase up to four additional tickets for only $40 per adult/child/senior ticket.

Our heroes can unwind with special family time and experience LEGOLAND Florida's more than 50 rides, shows, attractions all geared to families with children ages 2 to 12.

These Appreciation Days are valid for all police officers, fire fighters, and EMS employees working and serving in the United States. Active and retired personnel with identification are eligible.

Eligible personnel should present their employee ID or professional organization membership card to LEGOLAND Florida's ticket window the day they plan to visit to redeem their one free admission ticket and purchase up to four additional tickets at only $40 per ticket.

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