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Go Pink At Knotts Berry Farm To Help Cure Breast Cancer


Although October is designated as National Breast Care Awareness Month, striving to raise awareness and educating individuals about breast cancer should be shared year round. About one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime with the rates ranging to be one in 1,000 for men. Finding the cure to this horrible disease is crucial, a stance that Knott’s Berry Farm takes seriously.

From now until March 31st, Knott’s Berry Farm and Susan G. Komen Orange County are working together to raise money for breast cancer awareness, services and research by offering a special “Pink Ticket” and limited edition specially designed “pink” merchandise that provides guests the opportunity to enjoy Knott’s world class entertainment while supporting an important cause that touches both men and women. 

“It’s wonderful to see Snoopy hugging Woodstock on top of the logo for Knott’s Berry Farm for the Cure benefiting Susan G. Komen Orange County,” said Lisa Wolter, Executive Director of the Komen Orange County Affiliate. “This partnership will raise much needed funds for mammograms and breast health outreach, and it shows the warmth and caring embrace we can extend to women and families going through their struggle with breast cancer.” 

Knott’s Berry Farm kicked off the promotion by donating $25,000 to Susan G. Komen Orange County, which will provide 400 women in Orange County, CA life-saving breast health services. Guests who purchase “Pink Tickets” and “pink” merchandise from Knott’s will further contribute to the overall funding that goes to the wonderful cause which has funded research, created new treatments and helped raise awareness of the importance of annual mammograms to raise the survival rate for breast cancer dramatically over the 33 years of the organization.


Guests can purchase “Pink Tickets” for theme park admission online at a discounted rate of $33 for juniors/seniors and $39 for adults, at a savings of $23 per ticket. Each ticket is valid until April 15, 2014 with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen Orange County. 

In addition to the great cause, guests can use this promotional period as a wonderful way to explore the latest addition to Knott’s Berry Farm, Boardwalk Pier! The new area of the parks includes three new family attractions; Coast Rider, Surfside Glides and the Pacific Scrambler. Likewise, Camp Snoopy is under renovations currently, with a grand opening in the near future that will be completely redesigned with new attractions and a more revitalized area you can preview here.

Spend quality time with family or loved ones while benefiting a great cause, through the “Pink Tickets” and “Pink” merchandise at Knott’s!

For more information on the fight against breast cancer, please contact the Susan G. Komen Orange County office at (714) 957-9157.

I attended a Knott’s Berry Farm hosted preview breakfast of the #KnottsPink partnership, but all opinions remain my own on this wonderful cause. For Knott’s theme park information including hours of operation please visit or call (714) 220-5200. 

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  1. February 25, 2014 at 7:06 am — Reply

    Such a great cause! I wish lived closer to attend!

  2. February 25, 2014 at 9:29 pm — Reply

    Aw, this is so awesome! So important to raise even more awareness.

  3. February 26, 2014 at 2:59 pm — Reply

    How awesome is that?! I would love to attend this! So neat!

  4. February 28, 2014 at 9:02 am — Reply

    I love Knott’s Berry Farm! It is so great that they are doing this!

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