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Donate 3 Food Items and Get a Free Ticket to the Children's Museum of Phoenix

I love the Children's Museum of Phoenix.  I don't love the price for taking my whole family though ($9 x 6 persons = $54 to be exact) so I'm always looking for a good deal to this establishment.  This summer was twins get in free day.  Could there be a more perfect themed day for my family of two sets?  Then in September, we decided to go as a family to check it out on First Friday.  It was crowded and we didn't last long (I'm not sure I would recommend it, unless you handle crowds better than we do).  I always try for a good Culture Pass but have come up short handed.  So, when our good friend Rebekah J. sent us an e-mail about how to score free tickets to the Phoenix Children's Museum, naturally my ears perked up.  Thanks Bekah for thinking of us.
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The following information is copied directly from a Children's Museum of Phoenix email:

Ford Motor Company and the Children's Museum of Phoenix have teamed up with Mesa-based United Food Bank on a two-week food drive taking place from Saturday, November 13 to Sunday, November 28, at Valley Ford dealerships.

Phoenix-area Ford dealerships will collect donations of nonperishable food in order to provide nourishment to those in need in our state. The Children's Museum will assist in the drive by providing one free general admission Museum ticket to each person who donates three nonperishable food items at any local Ford dealership. The tickets will be redeemable at the Museum during the month of December 2010.

Valley residents may also drop off three nonperishable food items at the Ford display located at the Arizona International Auto Show at the Phoenix Convention Center from November 25-28.

As part of Ford's Operation Goodwill Phoenix campaign, Ford Motor Company is sponsoring "Ford Technology & Innovation Month" at the Children's Museum of Phoenix during the month of December 2010. In addition to the interactive exhibits, activities and programs will be themed around technology and innovation, and will reflect the enterprising spirit of Henry Ford.

Those interested in donating nonperishable food in support of the food drive may drop off their items at any of the following 11 Valley Ford dealerships:

Camelback Ford Lincoln Mercury, 1330 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85014
(888) 264-1851

Don Sanderson Ford, 6400 North 51st Ave., Glendale, AZ 85301
(623) 842-8600

Five Star Ford, 7100 E. McDowell Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85257
(480) 946-3900

Berge Ford, 460 E. Auto Center Drive, Mesa, AZ 85204
(480) 497-1111

Earnhardt Ford, 7300 W. Orchid Lane, Chandler, AZ 85285
(602) 893-0000

Bell Ford, 2401 West Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85023
(602) 866-1776

Power Ford of North Scottsdale, 8555 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260
(480) 991-3333

Peoria Ford, 9130 West Bell Road, Peoria, AZ 85382
(623) 977-8888

Robert Horne Ford, 3400 S. Tomahawk Road, Apache Junction, AZ 85219
(480) 474-2500

Rodeo Ford, 13680 W. Test Drive, Goodyear, AZ 85338
(877) 746-1110

San Tan Ford, 1429 Motorplex Loop, Gilbert, AZ 85296
(480) 621-3700


Brandon and Camille Smithson said...

Thanks! And just FYI, they increased the prices. It's not 11 per person to get into the museum. Can you believe that?

The Wizzle said...

YES! YES! YES! This is awesome! That's a great museum, but doggone it's too expensive for me. Memberships are insane too. The Salt Lake City Gateway children's museum is every bit as good and much more reasonably priced.