ACTIVE MILITARY FLY FOR FREE WITH MARGARITA ADVENTURES ZIPLINES ON NOVEMBER 11-12
Veterans Enjoy 50% Savings, Too-Reservations Now Available
In gratitude to the men and women who serve our nation, Margarita Adventures is offering complimentary zipline canopy tours to active duty military personnel along with their spouses and children (maximum four people per family) on Sunday, November 11 and Monday, November 12 in tandem with Veterans Day.
Additionally, Margarita Adventures is offering $49 tours (a 50% savings) to military veterans along with their spouses and children (maximum four people per family) on those same days.
The regular tour cost is $99 per person.
"We wanted to do something special and memorable for active military and veterans, and to thank them for their service," said Karl Wittstrom, proprietor of Margarita Adventures.
Active military personnel and veterans may reserve their tour by calling Margarita Adventures at (805) 438-3120. They should mention the promotion when calling, and identify themselves as active military or veteran. Availability is limited to those who reserve one of the three tours on each qualifying day at 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. until a given tour is full.
Active military personnel will be requested to present their current military identification when they arrive and check-in for their complimentary tour.
Margarita Adventures zipline canopy tours take place on the historic Santa Margarita Ranch near Santa Margarita between Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo. The 2.5-hour tours feature four distinct ziplines spanning more than 3,000 combined feet, starting with an epic 1,300-foot valley crossing and finishing with forested vineyard views. Along the way, guests learn about the ranch's remarkable natural features, sustainable winegrowing practices and role as part of California's famed Mission Trail. For more information, visit http://www.margarita-adventures.com/.
"We think that our military guests will have a lot of fun on the tour, and we will be honored to spend time with them," Wittstrom said.