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Hollywood Aims to Seduce Staycation-ers With Savings
Finally! Being a local in Hollywood has some advantages. Or, rather, will have some come October, if you want to play tourist in your own backyard. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has announced several area businesses and services will be offering savings of 50 per cent to SoCal residents during the month of October, according to abc7.
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If you can show proof of residency in Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino or Orange counties, you can take advantage of half-off specials and have a "staycation" this fall at the following:
Hollywood Wax Museum
Starline City Sightseeing Double Decker "Hop-on Hop-off" Tour
Hollywood Guinness Museum
Kodak Theatre Tours
Laserium Cyber Theater
Spa Luce at Renaissance Hotel: Any 80-minute face or body treatment
Dearly Departed Tours
Hollywood Museum at the Max Factor Building
Pantages Theater (Tickets to be purchased at Box Office for "Grinch" performances 11/10-11/25)
LA Active Adventure Tours
American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theater
Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museum
Spa 7 Cosmetic & Laser Center: All hair removal packages
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