Daytona Lagoon donates winter break vouchers for Volusia County Schools students

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Daytona Lagoon donates 39,480 Play Card vouchers to Volusia County Schools.


Students in the third through eighth grades can redeem the vouchers during Winter Break.

The vouchers are valued at $20 to be used for arcade games, food, and attractions, no additional purchase is necessary for the vouchers.

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Attractions include go-karts, laser tag, bumper cars, mini golf, the Skymaze ropes course, and a rock wall.

Students with the vouchers can bring them to Daytona Lagoon before January 3, 2024.

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Present the voucher at the front ticket counter to exchange for a $20 Play Card.

“As part of the Daytona Beach community, it is our way to saying thanks to all the families who have come out and supported our local entertainment venue,” explains Tyler Currie, Daytona Lagoon’s general manager. “And for families in Volusia County who haven’t had a chance to visit Daytona Lagoon yet, this gives them a good opportunity to experience the park first-hand.”

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The Volusia County School District said the vouchers were delivered to the schools last week and they should be distributed to students before the winter break, Friday, December 15.

“Volusia County Schools is grateful for this generous donation from Daytona Lagoon that will provide fun family entertainment to our students over the break. We appreciate our partnership with Daytona Lagoon and their commitment to our students and families.”

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