Great Wolf Lodge partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters |
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Great Wolf Lodge Resorts has kicked off a partnership to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters this holiday season.
Homemade, and home baked, gingerbread houses are located in each of the 11 Great Wolf Lodge resorts in North America, including Concord.
During the month of December, guests can reserve the gingerbread house for breakfast, lunch, or dinner for a $20 reservation fee.
All proceeds from these special dining experiences benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte.
The gingerbread houses are just one part of the annual Great Wolf Lodge Snowland celebration which began on Saturday, December 1 and runs through December 25. During Snowland, guests can take part in visits with Santa Claus, holiday-themed crafts in the Cub Club, a special Snowland Clock Tower show, and more.
“We are so thrilled Great Wolf Lodge is supporting Big Brother Big Sisters during Snowland again this year,” said Big Brothers Big Sisters of America President and CEO Charles Pierson. “The partnership between Big Brothers Big Sisters and Great Wolf Lodge has been a natural fit as we share the common goal of strengthening children’s lives through opportunities for them to spend quality time with caring adults. We cannot thank Great Wolf Lodge enough.”
To make a reservation for the gingerbread house, please call 704-549-8206 ext. 4917. To learn more about the gingerbread house dining experience and Big Brother Big Sister partnership, log on to www.greatwolf.com/snowland
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