Wild Florida Airboats Partners With Osceola County Schools for Holiday Toy Drive

Wild Florida is partnering with Osceola County Schools for a toy drive on December 7, 2012. If you bring a toy to Wild Florida on December 7, you can receive free admission to the Wildlife Park.
Nov. 13, 2012 - PRLog -- Wild Florida, a natural Central Florida attraction that offers Orlando airboat rides through the Everglades, is partnering with Osceola County Schools for the upcoming holiday season to help families in need. Wild Florida is committed to donating at least one thousand toys to Osceola County Schools this year and with every toy donated, guests will receive free admission to their wildlife park, home to many exotic birds and animal species.

“Our team is really looking forward to giving back to our community in a way that will impact these children and their families in a positive and meaningful way. In exchange for each toy donated, we will offer free admission to our wildlife park.  We hope to reach and even exceed our donation goal for these underprivileged students. These toys will go to those who would otherwise never receive them, giving them a sense of holiday spirit and happiness.” says Ranier Munns, (co-founder of Wild Florida Airboats)

On Friday, December 7, 2012 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm, visitors are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy to the Osceola County School District Oasis Department: Building 803-B Bill Beck Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34744.  Please help donate to the community and to those who cannot give their children something special this holiday season.

About Wild Florida: Wild Florida is a natural Central Florida attraction that offers Orlando airboat rides and admission to their wildlife park, which houses a variety of different animal species. Each unique airboat ride takes guests through the Central Florida Everglades to view the local swamp animals, including alligators, deer, turtles, wading birds and more. With each airboat ride, guests receive a free admission to the Wild Florida wildlife park where guests can view exotic animals and take a photo while holding a live alligator. Visitors can also pay admission to the wildlife park without an airboat ride. Wild Florida’s airboat captains are United States Coast Guard master captains and drive USCG inspected and certified airboats.
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