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Pooler Shuttle Information For St. Pat's

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Enjoy St. Patrick's Day weekend celebrations Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16 (parade is on a Saturday this year). This is a joint effort with the Pooler Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau, Inc. and Kelly Tours.

Friday, March 15, first and last shuttles leave the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum in Pooler at 5PM and Midnight, running every hour on the hour. Saturday, March 16, first and last shuttles leave the Mighty Eighth at 7:30AM and Midnight.  Miss Sophie's will have special breakfast items for sale that morning.

Cost is $20 per person, one day round trip OR $30 per person for two days' round trip (LOCALS' special for those with children 12 and under, $10 per child 12 and under on Saturday). CASH ONLY for tickets purchased at shuttle site unless you purchase prior to March 15 at www.kellytours.com. Kelly Tours is also offering reserved parade seating for an additional cost.

Off-duty, uniformed Pooler Police will be at the Museum shuttle areas during shuttle hours of operation (not responsible for items left in vehicles after shuttle hours/improperly parked vehicles may be towed).

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kelly Tours at (912) 964-2010 or www.kellytours.com or the chamber, office@poolerchamber.com or (912) 748-0110.

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