Splash & Stay for the United Way


Tannersville, PA – Want a chance to win a two-night stay in a spacious family suite at Great Wolf Lodge and waterpark in Scotrun, Pennsylvania?

A $10 donation is all it takes and you’ll be helping your community at the same time.

From now until June 30, the United Way of Monroe County is having a “Splash and Stay” promotion to raise funds for the 2011 campaign. For every $10 donation at www.unitedwaymonroe.org, donors will have a chance to win the stay at Great Wolf, which is valued at up to $1,500. The more they contribute, the more times their name will go in the prize drawing.

Great Wolf Lodge features the largest indoor waterpark in Pennsylvania, with a temperature of 84 degrees and no rain for 365 days a year. Besides lots of fun slides, a wavepool, lazy river and an interactive water fort, its newest attraction is the Double Barrel Drop, featuring a 450 degree thrilling hairpin turn.

“We thank the management of Great Wolf for donating this wonderful prize to our campaign,” said 2011 Co-Chair George Roberts. “Besides the fun of the waterpark, the resort offers family activities like an exciting arcade and the unique MagiQuest,” said Co-Chair Connie Roberts.

A maximum of six people can enjoy the family suite, which features a living area, queen size beds and a sleeper sofa, and a private balcony. The winner of the two-night stay will be chosen on July 1.

The offer is valid at the Great Wolf Lodge Pocono Mountains location only, is not valid on New Year’s Eve, and is subject to availability. The prize cannot be combined with any other discount or promotional offers and is non-transferable, non-extendable and is good toward room rate only. The stay must be used by May 12, 2012, and one individual 21 years of age or older must be staying in the room.

For more information and to donate, visit www.unitedwaymonroe.org.

Based in Tannersville, the United Way of Monroe County provides health and human services through community initiatives and funding to 33 local programs. Its targeted need areas include Engaging Youth, Meeting Basic Needs, Helping Children Succeed and Promoting Self-Sufficiency. “Live United” is part of the United Way’s mission of giving, advocating and volunteering to produce lasting changes in the community and advance the common good. Various volunteer opportunities are available.