Give Blood and Receive an Ozarks Adventure Pass from Community Blood Center of the Ozarks

(Joplin, MO)Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO), the sole supplier of blood, platelets, and plasma to patients at 45 area healthcare facilities, is partnering with four area attractions to offer free admissions for lifesaving donors to help boost the region’s blood supply this spring.

Successful donors in March and April will receive an Ozarks Adventure Pass, worth over $150 in value in free admission offers. The Ozarks Adventure Pass has tear-away vouchers for free admission so donors can visit all of the following attractions:

  • Two free admissions to The Discovery Center in Springfield, Missouri ($30 value)
  • Two free admission to The Scott Family Amazeum in Bentonville, Arkansas ($24 value)
  • One combo admission to Beyond the Lens! in Branson, Missouri ($36.99)
  • Two free admissions to Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs, Arkansas ($64 value)

“Donors give the gift of life and the invaluable opportunity for patients to spend more time creating cherished memories with their families,” emphasized CBCO Media Relations Representative Michelle Teter. “This fun promotion also allows our lifesaving donors the chance to make lasting memories with friends and family. We selected these engaging attractions because of the incredible experiences they offer, and we anticipate our donors getting to enjoy them and have a memorable experience.”

Donors will also receive a limited-edition vintage CBCO T-shirt. To participate, give blood at any mobile blood drive or one of four CBCO donor centers located in Joplin, Missouri; Springfield, Missouri; Springdale, Arkansas; or Bentonville, Arkansas

To learn more about Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, how to get involved, or the eligibility requirements for becoming a volunteer blood donor, please contact 417.227.5006 or visit

About Community Blood Center of the Ozarks:

Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is the exclusive provider of blood, plasma, and platelets to patients at 44 area Ozark hospitals in southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas, and southeast Kansas. More than 50,000 donations of blood are required each year to meet the local transfusion needs of our friends and neighbors.


Michelle Teter, Media Relations Representative
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks

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