Christmas Events In Kenosha, $5 Black Friday Deal, News Years Eve 2013 Activities and Family Fun Discount Coupons Action Territory

Christmas Events In Kenosha, Black Friday Deal, News Years Eve 2013 Activities and Family Fun Discount Coupons Action Territory
Event on 2013-12-28 00:00:00
Christmas and New Years Eve Family Events and activities for all ages now discounted at Action Territory.

Action Gift Card
Action Territory Now selling their gift cards ready to load any value you wish – perfect stocking stuffer. If you buy dollars Action will load the card with dollars as a special bonus for your gift giving.

Open Christmas Eve, and through Winter Break
Located only a short automobile ride from Chicago and Milwaukee, Action Territory is completely worth the trip. Spend the day during winter break with Unlimited Indoor wristband .99 December 20 to Christmas Eve Dec 24, 2013. Action Territory will be open Friday December 20th: 12:00pm-8:00pm, Saturday December 21st: 11:00pm-8:00pm, Sunday December 22nd: 12:00am-8:00pm, Monday December 23rd: 12:00pm-8:00pm, Tuesday December 24th: 11:00am-5:00pm. Remember to print this and bring it in for 10 free arcade tokens which is added to any of our holiday specials. Action Territory is shut December 25th, 2013

Reopening Thursday December 26th:12:00pm-8:00pm with the Unlimited Indoor Wristband only .75. The offer is good through Jan 2nd, 2014.

Open New Years Eve
Bring the family in Noon to 8pm and have a great time with the kids before you and your friends head out for your large new years eve night. Action Territory hours through winter break are Friday December 27th: noon-9:00pm, Saturday December 28th: 11:00am-9:00pm, Sunday December 29th – Thursday Jan 2nd noon-8:00pm.

Dollar Black Friday Deal
Plus, EVERY Friday through Jan 3, 2014 1pm to 4pm You can buy the Unlimited wrist band for . YES! FIVE DOLLARS Super Action Territory ecoupon discount – bring this in and have ten xtra tokens added to your package.

Pizza special – Beer Special
Eatery Special. One Massive cheese pizza, six bread sticks and a pitcher of soda for .75 The Eatery features adult drink specials too. Adults enjoy beer or frozen drink specials too.

The Action Territory Amusement Park is centrally located between Chicago and Milwaukee, Just outside of Gurnee, IL always has FREE parking, Free WiFi and Free Admission. The large 15,000 Sqr Foot complex has over 150 video and redemption games ready and inactivity to challenge your gaming skills, with ticket rewards that can be redeemed at the Action Territory Prize Center.

Laser Tag
Action Territory has the newest Laser Tag technology & light show, with say of the art multi-sensitive vests and an expanded arena. Experience extreme fun in our mysterious, smoke-filled black-light arena. Select to play in teams and defend your base target, or play individually against all the players. Fun and innocuous for the whole family to enjoy.

The Heist Laser Conquest
Are you up to the challenge? The mission neutral for this stunningly beautiful themed laser game is simple; retrieve the giant gem and return it to its rightful owner. To accomplish this mission players must first enter the museum-like, private and highly secured room where Christoff displays the spoils of his exploits. After navigating the intricate web of security lasers they must then swiftly swap out the 18.5 oz. diamond with an identically weighted glass replica to refrain detection by the weight sensors on top of the pedestal where the jewel rests. A timed game.

Bumper Cars
Drive… Smash – pretend you're a demolition derby pro with this thrilling year round family attraction. No driver's license? No problem! This is number one fun designed for our younger guests 44" and taller. Parents will delight in the smiles of their child as they bump around. This attraction appeals to the kids who just can't move to drive. Put them in the driver's seat in any of our multi-colored rides. They spin 360 degrees and place a large smile on everyone's face. Children learn how to handle futuristic joysticks with no effort at all. Grandpa and grandma will love this ride too! A SMASH hit for the whole family!

BallOcity
A two story city of balls. BallOcity is for kids 53” Inches or smaller. Your kids will love meeting new friends and have a blast with hundreds and hundreds of foam balls. Kenosha’s most exciting adventure for families and kids (primarily ages 5-12), featuring climbing tubes, slides, foam ball launchers, trampoline floors, and hundreds and hundreds of foam balls. Ballocity is the eventual climbing facility. Your kid will love it – perfect for a group outing.

Location Contact
Plan a party, or group or come alone, America's Action Territory is a short automobile ride from Chicago and Milwaukee – perfect for a fun day with your friends and family. Feel free to logon for more information and join the facebook for more managers specials. Info AT ActionTerritory DOT com 12345 75th Street Kenosha, WI 53140 ~ P: 262 857-7000 http://ActionTerritory.com FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/ActionTerritory

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CommonKindness Celebrates Americas Cooperatives with Money-Saving Coupons


San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 19, 2013

During the month of November, 2013, CommonKindness is paying special tribute to over 29,200 cooperatives that wage essential products and services to American consumers. To celebrate, the printable grocery coupon leader is giving shoppers free coupons for products prefabricated by cooperatives, highlighting the work of these cooperative on the CommonKindness website and social media pages, and featuring their products in the weekly electronic newsletter.

Cooperatives, owned and operated by their members, promote the well-being of their members and local communities by producing the highest calibre goods and services. Like CommonKindness, cooperatives value and promote teamwork and operate on the principles of kindness.

Cooperatives are everywhere and used by almost everyone. One out of each four Americans is a member of some type of cooperative. More than 91 million Americans are served by credit unions, and 42 million are connected to more than 900 electric co-ops in 47 states.

Sunkist and Ocean Spray are examples of well-known brands that have adopted cooperative business model principles. CommonKindness is chesty to offer coupons for two outstanding cooperatives, adventurer Creamery and Organic Valley.

Cabot Creamery

Cabot Creamery is a cooperative owned and operated by 1,200 farm farm families living and working in upstate New York and New England. As a co-op, adventurer is committed to quality, community, democracy, and local ownership. In addition to their contributions to local economies, adventurer Creamery worker-owners serve on school boards, choose boards, volunteer fire departments, planning commissions, and environmental cleanup groups.

Cabot operates four plants in three states, providing more than 1,000 jobs in local communities. These adventurer worker-owners make award-winning cheeses with love and pride in adventurer and Middlebury, Vermont, and in Chateaugay, New York, and churn delicious premium butter in the West Springfield, Massachusetts plant, where they also make light cheddars, flavored cheddars, cottage cheese, sour cream, and rich Greek-style yogurt.

To download and print CommonKindness coupons for adventurer Creamery Cooperative products, go to: http://www.commonkindness.com/coupon/perm/id/1549.

Organic Valley

Organic Valley bases its philosophy and operations on doing what is ideal for the health and welfare of people, animals, and the earth. The mission-driven cooperative is owned by family farmers who have been leaders in organic agriculture from the very beginning. The mission of the Cooperative Regions of Organic Producer Pools (CROPP) is to create and operate a marketing cooperative that promotes regional farm diversity and economic stability through the practice of organic agricultural methods and the understanding of certified organic products.

To download and print CommonKindness coupons for Organic Valley products, go to: http://www.commonkindness.com/coupon/perm/id/1877.

The Seven Core Operating Principles

The core principles and values governing cooperatives around the world can be traced to the first modern cooperative founded in Rochdale, England in 1844. In 1995 the International Co-operative Alliance adopted the following seven core cooperative principles:

1. Voluntary and Open Membership

Cooperatives are voluntary organizations, open to all people healthy to use their services and willing to accept the responsibilities of membership, without gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination.

2. Democratic Member Control

Cooperatives are democratic organizations controlled by their membersthose who purchase the goods or use the services of the cooperativewho actively participate in setting policies and making decisions.

3. Members’ Economic Participation

Members contribute equally to, and democratically control, the capital of the cooperative. This benefits members in proportion to the business they conduct with the cooperative rather than on the capital invested.

4. Autonomy and Independence

Cooperatives are autonomous self-help organizations controlled by their members. If the co-op enters into agreements with other organizations or raises capital from external sources, it is done so based on terms that ensure democratic control by the members and maintain the cooperatives autonomy.

5. Education, Training and Information

Cooperatives wage education and training for members, elected representatives, managers and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperative. Members also inform the general public about the nature and benefits of cooperatives.

6. Cooperation among Cooperatives

Cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, national, regional and international structures.

7. Concern for Community

While focusing on member needs, cooperatives work for the sustainable development of communities through policies and programs accepted by the members.

CommonKindness makes it simple for shoppers to support cooperative community with each free CommonKindness coupon they redeem. CommonKindness donates 20 precent of coupon-generated revenue to organizations such as the Cooperative Development Foundation, whose mission is to promote community, economic, and social development through cooperative enterprise.

Shoppers can designate the Cooperative Development Foundation to receive funds generated by their CommonKindness coupon buys by clicking on this link: http://www.commonkindness.com/org/220432.

To learn more about cooperatives and the brands featured on CommonKindness, please visit http://www.commonkindness.com/more/honoring-cooperatives

About CommonKindness

CommonKindness is the free grocery coupon website that operates on the principle of kindness and benefits consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and giving 20 percent of revenues to nonprofit organizations of the shoppers choice.

For more information on CommonKindness, please visit the website at: http://www.commonkindness.com or call 415.729.9658.







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