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winter-wonderfestThanksgiving plans are almost wrapped up, and before you know it, it will be time to start planning your next big holiday party! If you’ve thrown holiday parties for friends and family in the past, you know the preparation and clean-up can be a headache. Well, we’ve got a solution for you! Turn this year’s holiday festivities into a destination party by taking the whole gang to Winter WonderFest at Navy Pier presented by Bank of America!

Destination parties are great because they eliminate the hassle of cleaning, planning, and hosting; all you and your guests have to do is show up and enjoy! Choosing Winter WonderFest as your destination will ensure your friends and family get in the holiday spirit! There are so many fun rides and attractions that the whole family is sure to have fun.

The best part is that we have a special rate for activity wristbands for groups of 20 or more! Regular activity wristbands are just $12 per person at the group rate, so get the whole family and your friends involved for the best Winter WonderFest 2013 experience!

The group rates aren’t just for family holiday parties! Take your team out of the office party rut with a group trip, or gather all your friends and their kids for a day of winter fun!

Purchase of group rate tickets also includes free bulk coat check, one free activity wristband for every 20 purchased, and complimentary lunch room access with a concession voucher purchase! As you can see, there are perks to going in a group! Interested groups can also choose from two food voucher options for an additional cost. Get all the details on purchasing group tickets on the Winter WonderFest website! Keep your eye on the website and the Navy Pier Facebook page for a special Winter WonderFest November 2013 deal!

We’ll keep your whole group fed, entertained, and happy, so save the clean-up and come down to Winter WonderFest for your holiday celebration!

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