Knott's Berry Farm Press Release

Knott's Offers Discounted Admission for Guests Bringing a Can of Food for the Hungry Jan. 9-31

BUENA PARK, Calif.--Jan. 4, 2006--Continuing its commitment to assist with the needs of the local community, Knott's Berry Farm Theme Park has once again partnered with the Orange County Food Bank to help fight hunger in Southern California. This year marks Knott's Berry Farm's fifth year coordinating the can drive that feeds thousands in the Orange County area.

Jan. 9 through Jan. 31, 2006, guests bringing a can of food to the park pay just $16.95 for a full day at Knott's Berry Farm Theme Park. This special discount offer saves $28 off of the regular adult admission, and kids (age 3-11) and seniors (62 and over) pay only $14.95.

A day at Knott's Berry Farm includes 165 rides, live shows and attractions, including Knott's newest coaster, the Silver Bullet. The Silver Bullet is Knott's first suspended coaster and makes an outstanding addition to Knott's already impressive roster of thrill rides. For the young, and young at heart, Camp Snoopy continues to delight with over 30 attractions and live shows in a six-acre wonderland.

The collected food will be used by the Orange County Food Bank to help meet the needs of Southern California's most destitute families. The promotion allows the Orange County Food Bank the opportunity to collect needed donations beyond the traditional holiday period at a time when the need is great and food supply is low. For more information on assisting those in need throughout the community, please contact the Orange County Food Bank at 714-897-6670. For Knott's Theme Park information, please call 714-220-5200 or visit our Web site at www.knotts.com.