First responders get in free at LEGOLAND in September

- LEGOLAND Florida is dedicating the month of September to real-life heroes.

The park is offering free single-day admission to first responders and retired first responders.

The park is also offering up to four same-day tickets at 50 percent off for first responders' family and friends.

Eligible personnel should present their employee ID or professional membership card at the LEGOLAND Florida ticket window on the day of their visit.

Eligible personnel include:

-Fire and rescue first responders
-Emergency medical services employees (EMT/EMS)
-Municipal and county police and sheriff's officers
-Highway patrol officers
-Corrections officers
-State and federal law enforcement officers
-Fish and wildlife field officers
-U.S. Forest Service rangers
-National Park Service personnel
-Homeland Secuirty agents
-Environmental Protection law enforcement officers

Retired personnel with identification are also eligible, LEGOLAND says.

This promotion is only available in person.

To receive the 10 percent discount at LEGOLAND Hotel, you must make the reservations online at: www.LEGOLAND.COM/hero2016 and present proof of eligibility at check-in.

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