ATLANTA — The city of Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium are teaming up to say thanks to first responders and their families.
During September, first responders with Atlanta can get into the aquarium for free.
So can their families.
The city announced the partnership on Wednesday, which covers the city of Atlanta’s police, firefighters, corrections officers and 911 operators.
Mayor Andre Dickens said it’s one small way to say thanks for the work they do every day.
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