LITTLETON, Colo. (PRWEB) November 08, 2019
SeaQuest Littleton is hosting a food drive this holiday season to provide much needed food and personal hygiene items to members of the community in partnership with Food Bank of The Rockies, a local Feeding America partner.
SeaQuest delivers a unique, animal interaction experience that takes visitors on a quest around the planet where they can see, touch and feed many of the animals. This popular attraction for families, schools, and businesses is committed to making a big “splash” by offering free admission for anybody who donates a much needed food item(s).
“We enjoy working with partners so that together, we can make an even bigger impact to support key community needs, like hunger,” said Elsa MacDonald, VP of Marketing at SeaQuest. “This holiday season we want to help fill the pantry shelves at the Food Bank of the Rockies, so offering free admission in exchange for much needed nonperishable items was an easy trade.”
For the next few weeks, SeaQuest Littleton will be offering FREE daily admission in exchange for donated food and personal hygiene items on the suggested list for the Food Bank of the Rockies. Donations should be of nonperishable items, or personal hygiene items like toothpaste, body lotion, etc. SeaQuest admission ranges from $10.95 to $16.95, so an average $5 donation will still mean great savings to get into SeaQuest, all while helping a great cause.
SeaQuest locations feature over 22,000 square feet of interactive adventures from across the globe, including exotic sea life in the Caribbean; tropical birds at the Amazon Rainforest; reptiles from the Egyptian Desert; sharks, eels and other animals along The Great Wall of China exhibit, offering a unique themed venue for organizations gala needs.
SeaQuest features the majestic wonders of our planet, ranging from rainforests and deserts to exotic marine life. These exhibits create an exciting quest for visitors as they make their way through five continents during their visit. Guests are encouraged to connect with animals and learn about their ecosystems through various hands-on activities that include hand-feeding sharks, stingrays, birds and tropical animals. Anyone in search of a more daring experience can enjoy walk-in aviaries, feed sharks or snorkel in the premier 45,000-gallon exhibit filled with reef sharks, stingrays and hundreds of tropical fish. SeaQuest offers science-based field trips and hosts private events.
For full details about SeaQuest Littleton, go to Littleton.VisitSeaQuest.com.
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