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Holiday World & Splashin' Safari
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Allergy Friendly

Evansville Courier & Press
August 25, 2008

Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, which has won kudos in theme park circles for its its cleanliness and friendliness and for pioneering free soft drinks and suntan lotion for its guests, has another honor under its belt.

The Santa Claus, Ind., park will be recognized Wednesday in Evansville by the Tri-State Allergy and Anaphylaxis Support Group for "going the extra mile" and introducing an allergen-friendly menu this summer.

Kim Moors, president of the support group, said her board began working with the theme park last year on ways to accommodate food-allergic guests. It's estimated 12 million Americans have food allergies, which can be life threatening.

She said by offering some specialty items, educating its food staff and making ingredient and cross-contamination information available, Holiday World eased the anxiety levels of many families and brought a taste of normalcy to a day at the park.

Holiday World matriarch Pat Koch has a granddaughter who suffers from food allegies.

The support group plans to present Koch with its 2008 Food Allergy Excellence Award on Wednesday during the fifth annual "Back to School with Food Allergies" presentation at Welborn Clinic.

-- Rich Davis

Read More about their food allergy efforts on their Restaurants & Food Outlets page.

1 comment:

Terri said...

Can anyone suggest a pancake house that is safe for peanut and tree nut-allergic folks?