BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you're looking for a family activity this weekend, consider a trip to Boomer's on Airport Road in East Boca. The fun facility is offering a discount to anyone who helps stock up backpacks for back to school:
Boomers Boca Raton will be participating in a School Supply Drive during the month of August. By having the school supplies they need, students are more likely to keep their focus to learn more in the classroom setting. There are many backpacks that will not get filled to their full potential and Boomers is asking for the help of the public to make sure students are prepared for the new school year.
The school supply drive will run from August 1 through August 31, 2013. If a guest donates 3 unopened individually wrapped school supplies with a total value of $5 each or more they will receive 1 free attraction ticket when they bring in the School Supply Drive printed coupon. Guests can visit http://www.boomersparks.com to print that coupon easily from home. Come and race with speed while helping someone in need. There is no better way to do just that than to visit Boomers Boca Raton in August.
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