Daytona Lagoon is launching a new Frontline Worker Appreciation Program beginning on July 6 to thank those essential workers who have worked tirelessly during the Covid-19 pandemic. First responders and workers in the healthcare, pharmacy, grocery, and restaurant industries will receive $8 off a waterpark general admission ticket.
To receive this discount, eligible customers need to present a coupon that is available for download on Daytona Lagoon’s website along with an ID and pay stub. This program is valid through Labor Day, September 7, 2020.
“We want to give frontline workers a day of relaxation and fun with their friends or family at Daytona Lagoon,” explains General Manager Tyler Currie. “We appreciate all of their hard work this year. Our Frontline Worker Appreciation Program has created a way for us to give back to them.”
Through this program, Daytona Lagoon hopes that Frontline Workers from the Daytona Beach area and beyond can plan a getaway during the summer.
Daytona Lagoon’s Water Park reopened on June 12, 2020 with new facility-wide improvements to already stringent health and hygienic focused operating procedures. The safety of both guests and staff is a top priority for Daytona Lagoon.
Daytona Lagoon features a variety of attractions for guests of all ages. The two newest water thrill slides, Shaka Halfpipe and Kracken’s Revenge opened during the 2019 season. The Waterpark includes multiple waterslides from mild to wild, the Treasure Lagoon wave pool, a kid-friendly play area, a lazy river, a sun deck, lounge chairs and private cabana rentals.