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Boston Duck Tours Offers Free Rides

November 06, 2002  | 

To honor veterans of war and show appreciation for current police officers and firefighters, Boston Duck Tours will offer free tours of historic Boston from November 11 through November 15, the week of Veterans Day.

"Our goal is to make every hero from every branch of service feel welcomed and, in our own way, to say thanks to them for their sacrifices," says Cindy Brown, general manager of Duck Tours.

Tours originate from the Prudential Center on Boylston Street at 9am and end at one hour before sunset. Qualified tourists may also register for two nights' stay at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston, including a Sunday brunch for two in the Copley Restaurant.

For more information and to make reservations, visit www.bostonducktours.com or call (617) 723-DUCK.

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