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Busch Entertainment continues free park admission for military personnel

Orlando Sentinel

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December 15, 2007

Military personnel and their families will continue to get free admission to most Busch Entertainment Corp. parks including SeaWorld Orlando through the 2008 calendar year, the company announced Friday.

Busch began its "Here's to the Heroes" program in February 2005 and reports that it has provided free admission for nearly 4 million members of the U.S. and coalition armed forces and family members.

"We are honored to give them something back," said Jim Atchison, president of Busch Entertainment.

The program provides single-day free admission for any active duty, active reserve, ready reserve service member or National Guardsman and up to three family members, to all Busch theme parks except Discovery Cove of Orlando and Aquatica, which opens in Orlando next year.

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