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Kentucky tourism turns to gift cards

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Frankfort, KY. — Gift cards have become one of the most convenient ways to stuff those holiday stockings and spread the holiday cheer.

Frankfort, KY. — Gift cards have become one of the most convenient ways to stuff those holiday stockings and spread the holiday cheer. From department stores and online retailers just about everyone offers a way for you to spend money. Now you can add Kentucky State Parks to the list.

The Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet announced this week that they have the perfect stocking stuffer. They call it The Kentucky Unbridled Spirit Gift Card. According to the release the card is good at all Kentucky State Parks, the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, the Kentucky Horse Park and the Kentucky Historical Society museum and gift shop. The card never expires and never charges a fee to use it, reload it or spend it. Cards can be purchased in person, on line or over the phone. The cards are sold with a $10 minimum or a pre-loaded amount when bought on line.

The card can be used for golf, camping, dining or an overnight stay at a state park, admission to the state history museum or the Kentucky Horse Park or used to purchase one of thousands of different items at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea made by over 650 artisans living all across Kentucky.

Unbridled Spirit Gift Cards can be purchased at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, the Kentucky Horse Park, the Kentucky Historical Society museum and gift shop as well as Kentucky State Parks. Cards can also be purchased by calling 1-800-255-PARK (select option 5) or online at the web address posted below.