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Posted August 31, 2017

Teachers Ride Free at Cliff's Sept. 9-10, 16-17

Family and friends can get $20 ride passes with a portion of the proceeds going to the APS Education Foundation.

Cliff's Teacher Appreciation Days

All school employees ride free at Cliff's Amusement Park on Saturday and Sunday, Sept.9 and 10, and Saturday and Sunday, Sept.16 and 17. Show your school ID to get in free.

Family and friends can buy ride passes online for $20 (that's $8.95 off the regular price).

The APS Education Foundation gets $5 for every pass bought online.

"Cliff's Amusement Park is committed to serving the community in which we operate. Cliff's has great respect for those in our community who dedicate their careers, time, and energy toward the youth in our community.  There is no greater example of this than our local teachers. Teacher Appreciation Days at Cliff's is our way to say, ‘Thank You’ to all those working in education who give of their own time, resources, and have made a commitment to provide every student an opportunity for success. Cliff's is so proud of our teachers and we encourage them to be a kid again and enjoy a day at the park on us," writes Lance Smith, Director of Marketing & Promotions for Cliff’s Amusement Park.

The APS Education Foundation thanks Cliff's Amusement Park for their community partnership and their dedication to supporting our schools!

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