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American Legion To Host Trip To Atlantic City Air Show 2017

American Legion Post 253 is sponsoring a bus trip to the very popular Atlantic City Air Show 2017 on August 23. Credits: Photo Courtesy of American Legion Post 253 Facebook Page

SPOTSWOOD, NJ - American Legion Post 253 is hosting a bus trip to Atlantic City on Wednesday, August 23 to see the Atlantic City Air Show 2017. The excursion also includes a stop at the Tropicana. Fees for participants 21 years of age and over is $30 and includes slot cash from the Tropicana. The cost for participants under the age of 21 is $20 and does not include slot cash.

The Atlantic City Air Show 2017 features the United States Air Force Thunderbirds as well as the United States Army Golden Knights Parachute Team. Also on hand will be an United States Navy F18 Super Hornet. This extremely popular air show will be celebrating its fifteenth performance this summer with planes taking flight over the beaches and boardwalk of Atlantic City. Last summer's show was named the "Best in Philly" by Philadelphia Magazine. The show typically draws huge crowds every year.

The bus leaves the American Legion Post 253 at 8:30 a.m. and will arrive at the Tropicana at around 10 a.m. The Air Show is scheduled to take off at 11 a.m. and will take flight rain or shine. Interested residents should make their reservations as soon as possible since the trip will be canceled if there aren't enough participants.

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For additional information or to make reservations, text 732-991-9507.

American Legion Post 253 is located at 50 Devoe Avenue.

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