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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Report cards A yields discount

Punderson State Park in closeby Newbury makes a wonderful when time is short but an escape is needed. And if your student brings home a report card with A's bring it along and you'll get a discount on your lodge room.
The Ohio State Park Lodges’ discounts for kids' good grades is now in its third year. T The popular program, called Stays 4 A’s, allows students with A’s on their report cards to transform those A’s into lodge room discounts.

Each A is worth a discount of $10 off the published rate per room per night up to five A’s or $50. Families need only show their star students’ report cards at check-in to earn the discount. One report card per room may be applied for the discount, and families must present the original report card upon check-in.
It's in force at several state park lodges this summer and one of them will welcome its 1000th participant. That person will get a gift basket with a certificate for a future one-night stay at any Ohio State Park Lodge, products from the lodge gift shop, a free dinner with dessert for the pupil and his or her family and a complimentary lodge activity for the family. Activities vary and could include free use of bicycles, geocaching units and canoes or kayaks as well as tokens for game rooms or a round of golfget more information online at and use the promo code “Stay4A.” Get more information at 1-800-282-7275.


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