Celebrate National Haunted House Day and Help Prevent Bullying this Friday
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Leave a Comment
Halloween is scary, but bullying can be scarier.
To help combat bullying, Denver's top-rated, scariest haunted houses partnered with anti-bullying non-profit Don't Be A Monster for National Haunted House Day this Friday, October 14, 2016. Visit The Asylum or the 13th Floor on Friday - if you’re a seasoned visitor or a first timer, check out brand new attractions guaranteed to thrill and have yourself a scary good time.
A portion of all tickets sales from both haunted houses will be donated to Don’t Be a Monster, a Denver-based national nonprofit that raises awareness about bullying prevention. Tickets are now available to purchase at www.getscared.com.
WHAT: National Haunted House Day
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 14, 2016 from 7 p.m. – 12 a.m.
WHERE: 13th Floor - 4120 Brighton Blvd., Unit C2, Denver;
The Asylum - 6100 E. 39th Ave., Denver
PRESENTED BY: Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group
EVENT CONTACT: 303-355-3327, firstname.lastname@example.org
COST: General admission starts as low as $29.99
Don’t Be A Monster seeks to improve the lives of youth in America by conducting targeted outreach and educational activities in schools. The program features an hour-long presentation that delves into the implications and consequences of bullying in an effort to raise awareness about the seriousness of the issue and to prevent it from continuing, which includes addressing issues that may already be present in school. Tools used to deliver the program’s message include a six-minute video, enthusiastic presenters, engaging presentation, and a symbolic character named Frank who represents people who are a little different. Frank makes guest appearances at all of the schools.
“Don’t Be A Monster seeks to empower students to stand up for their friends and peers, build cohesive and caring communities, and report issues to trusted adults,” said Erin Kelley, program director for Don’t Be A Monster. “We are proud to have had the opportunity to empower 166,000 students in 269 schools across the nation and look forward to bringing this message to even more students this year.”