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Silver anniversary with RAD sparks National Aviary visitor promotions

Mary Pickels
Monthly visitor promotions will be part of the National Aviary’s yearlong celebration of its 25 years of support from the Allegheny Regional Asset District.

In recognition of its silver anniversary with the Allegheny Regional Asset District, the National Aviary is hosting a yearlong visitor promotion initiative.

The special prizes and incentives mark RAD’s 25 years of “significant support” provided to the North Side facility, according to a news release.

Aviary patrons on the 25th of each month can expect a special surprise activity.

On March 25, visitors will have the chance to win experiences, gifts and discounts by spinning a prize wheel. Prizes include tickets to see the immersive experience “Amazing Amazon,” presented by AAA Travel, the chance to hand-feed a flock of rainbow lorikeets and a sloth encounter for two, the release adds.

Visitors can check the 25 RADical Years web page on the National Aviary’s website,, via social media using the hashtag #RAD25 and in the organization’s Airmail e-newsletter.

Announcements will be made on the 26th day of each month for the following month’s activity.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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