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New entertainment pass allows families to get out and play together all year

By Christy Jepson
Does your family need new ideas of where to go to get out and play together this summer? With the new "Get Out Pass" families can choose from over 50 premium family fun venues all along the Wasatch Front, while having fun all year long.

"The Get Out Pass" launched on May 1 just in time for the summer. With this 12-month pass, members get access to over 50 venues in Logan, Davis, Salt Lake and Utah Counties. With the pass, you can get into some venues weekly, some monthly and some just once during the twelve-month time period.

The biggest advantage to this pass is that it includes a one-time visit to the popular amusement park Lagoon, Draper's water park, Cowabunga Bay, and one-night skiing pass at Brighton ski resort.

"The idea behind the pass is that it encourages families and kids of all ages to Get Out and Play, learn and explore!" said Taggard Krueger, Vice President of Sales. "The pass gives families and individuals the opportunity to diversify their sources of entertainment and try new things without breaking the bank."

The Utah County venues that are included are:

*weekly visits to Fat Cats in Provo
*one-time visit to Funtopia in Lehi
*one-time visit to Escapes in Time
*six visits to The Quarry
*monthly buckets of large range balls at
Cedar Hills Golf Club
*one visit to Momentum in Lehi
*two visits to Clas Ropes Course in
*one visit to Virtual Experience
*weekly visits to Cascade Mini Golf
*weekly visits to Kiss My Axe Utah
*monthly visits to Loco
*quarterly visits to Prodigious
Entertainment in Pleasant Grove
*weekly visits to The Bounce House in
*six visits to ComedySportz.

There are other venues in Logan, Davis and Salt Lake counties that customers can visit as well too, when using their pass. So after purchasing the pass, families can take advantage of over $3,000 in free offers in four different counties. According to Krueger, they are adding venues and offers all the time.

"The Get Out Pass provides families with meaningful and wholesome opportunities to get out and play!" said Krueger. "There is nothing better than hearing our customers say they used to get out once a month and do something fun and now come back to us saying that they are getting out two times a week!"

For more information regarding The Get Out Pass, visit The cost is $109 if paid in full, or you can make 12 monthly payments of $9.95. The pass is good for twelve consecutive months from the date of purchase.
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