Anthem at Merrill Ranch Community Holds 5th Annual Spring Festival Event

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FLORENCE, Az – February 8, 2013 – On Saturday, March 16 from 11 am – 6 pm at the Anthem at Merrill Ranch Community Park in Florence, the Anthem at Merrill Ranch Community will host its fifth annual Spring Festival event, open to the public in the southeast valley. Admission is free but attendees may choose to purchase tickets or unlimited wristbands to experience the attractions and rides.

The event will feature hot air balloon rides, skateboard exhibition, festival event train ride, petting zoo, pony rides, dog agility demonstrations, live music and entertainment, inflatable attractions, several food vendors, beer garden, local business vendors and much more! Attendees of all ages are invited to attend. Ticket prices are $2 each; 5 for $7 or 10 for $10. Enjoy ALL the activities with the unlimited wristband, including 2 game tickets for only $17 or get a family 4-pack of unlimited wristbands and 5 game tickets for $50. Cash, credit and debit will be accepted. An ATM will be available on site.

Thank you to Pulte Group, The Groundskeeper, Arizona Public Safety Foundation, Associated Asset Management, SanTanValley.com and the Southeast Valley Ledger for supporting this event. Anthem at Merrill Ranch is also proud to support Paladin Sports as the charity for the event. Local businesses and craft vendors are encouraged to participate as an exhibitor but should secure their booth no later than February 22nd. With over 4,000 attendees last year, this event is a great place for businesses to meet potential clients!

More information on the event can be found at www.amrevents.com/festival or by calling (520) 723-6631.

Portion of proceeds benefit Paladin Sports Outreach

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