Hawaiian Falls Heroes Week begins July 5

Left to right Kevin Boldt with 99-year-old World War II Army veteran Emmett Tiner (TIE-ner) Miss White Settlement Kaitlyn Ayrton (Ait-TON) and Clint Hill, Hawaiian Falls regional director at a recent luncheon to honor World War II veterans.

Active duty military, veterans and first responders to receive free admission at all 7 water parks 

(June 30, 2015) Hawaiian Falls Waterparks will honor active duty military members, veterans and first responders with Heroes Week July 5 – 10 at all seven Texas water parks and adventure parks. The Heroes, including military, firefighters, police and emergency medical personnel will be admitted free Sunday thru Friday, July 5 – 10 with a valid ID card and a coupon downloaded at www.hfalls.com/special-offers . The heroes’ family members can purchase discounted tickets for $19.99 each (regularly $26.99) at the front gate of any of the seven parks.

“We can never thank our heroes enough for their sacrifices,” said David Busch, Hawaiian Falls CEO. “As military personnel, fire fighters, police and emergency responders, they put their lives on the line every day so we can enjoy a carefree summer with our families. In the past, we’ve recognized them on Memorial Day and Independence Day. Knowing they don’t always work a regular shift like many of us, we wanted to go above and beyond to recognize their efforts for a whole week.”

During Heroes Week each park will open at 10:30 a.m. with a salute to the heroes, followed by the playing of  “God Bless America” across the parks’ Splash Radio system.

Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco. In addition, Hawaiian Falls has water parks – adventure parks and event centers in Pflugerville and White Settlement. More info at hfalls.com or facebook.com/hfalls.

Story and Photos Submitted by David Alvey.

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