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Ripleys Aquarium mermaids ready for Clemson Championship

(Source: Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach) (Source: Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach)
(Source: Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach) (Source: Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach)
(Source: Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach) (Source: Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Ripleys Aquarium of Myrtle Beach is ready for a National Championship as the Clemson Tigers face Alabama Crimson Tide Monday night. 

Ripleys posted on their social media, anyone who wears a Clemson or Clemson-colored shirt on Gameday will receive half-off single ticket admission to all Ripley's Myrtle Beach Attractions.  

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