Humana to Host Senior Skip Day; Offers Seniors 62+ Free Entrance to All National Parks on October 8

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Date: September 29, 2015
Contact: John Dell'Osso, 415-464-5135

Point Reyes Station, CA – The National Park Service, in coordination with the National Park Foundation and Humana Inc., has established October 8, 2015, as Senior Skip Day™ to encourage older adults to skip what they are doing and get out into their national parks for healthy activities.

As part of the event, U.S. citizens, 62 years of age or older, can download a voucher from the Humana Senior Skip Day™ website to exchange for an Interagency Senior Pass at NPS sites that issue the passes. The Humana vouchers can be exchanged for Interagency Senior Passes only on the day of the event—October 8, 2015. Humana Vouchers provided on any other day are not valid for exchange for a Senior Pass. Senior Passes are available at the Bear Valley Visitor Center at Point Reyes National Seashore. This activity is part of the celebrations leading up to the National Park Service’s Centennial in 2016.

Humana Inc., official health care sponsor of the National Park Service Centennial and National Park Foundation premier partner for the Find Your Park movement, announced it will host Humana Senior Skip Day™ on October 8, a day created to encourage people 62 years of age and older to skip out on their normal, daily routine to enjoy a healthy day in one of the national parks. On October 8, seniors will have free access to more than 400 national park sites across the United States, compliments of Humana. In addition, Humana will host celebratory events for seniors in certain national park locations.


Last updated: October 1, 2015

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