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First responders, guests to receive discount for Myrtle Waves Water Park super heroes day

Myrtle Waves Water Park is offering a $9 discount to all first responders on August 23. Myrtle Waves Water Park is offering a $9 discount to all first responders on August 23.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Calling all super heroes!
Leave your capes at home and put on a swim suit instead. Myrtle Waves Water Park will host a Community Super heroes Day, on Saturday, August 23, for all first responders.

From 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., firefighters, law enforcement, and EMS will receive a $9 discount. Their general admission fee will be $15.99 each, plus tax. They can also bring up to five additional people for the same price. "We are holding this day as a ‘thank you' for all they do for us and the community as well as to spend some quality time with their families at the park," said Brent Owens, General Manager at Myrtle Waves Water Park.

Guests must show a valid firefighter, law enforcement or EMS ID to receive the discount. Local IDs and beyond are accepted. Emergency vehicles, provided by the Horry County Police Department and the Myrtle Beach Fire Department, will be on display from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for guest interaction.

Guests are encouraged to bring cameras. There will also be a $3 funnel cake special. For more information, visit www.MyrtleWaves.com

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