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Orlando's Holy Land Experience Family Vacation Destination Earns Top Marks for Food Service

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The highest standards of quality in service, atmosphere, and experience have always been front and center at Holy Land Experience, the unique Orlando, Florida faith-and-family vacation destination that brings the land of the Bible to life for guests of all ages.

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From the exquisitely manicured gardens, the breath-taking scenery, the award-winning dramas, and the unforgettable interactive displays, to the great dining that consistently receives rave reviews by visitors from around the world — no detail is left untouched to ensure that guests enjoy an experience that is entertaining, inspirational, and life-changing.

That's why the park's management and staff are delighted that Holy Land Experience has been recommended for the Florida Governor's top commendation for excellence in food service and venue quality.

Mike Everett, the park's General Manager, noted that "quality and service have always been job one at Holy Land Experience. We strive to maintain top standards at every level, from our exhibits and live performances to dining and food venues, including the full-service Oasis Palms and Holy Land cafés to our Royal Portico and Simeon's Corner snack stops."

The Governor's honor follows the prestigious awards Holy Land Experience received late last year from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions for two of the park's popular dramas, The Passion and The Four Women Who Loved Jesus.

Mr. Everett noted that this summer has been one of the busiest for Holy Land Experience, as thousands of guests have visited the park each day to enjoy the award-winning dramas and biblical recreations, and to experience the many one-of-a-kind interactive exhibits, such as the Scriptorium, a fascinating walk-through history lesson featuring priceless volumes of Scripture; the astoundingly beautiful Chrystal Living Waters; and the very special Prayer Gardens, to name just a few.

"We like to say that Holy Land Experience is a 'little patch of heaven' right in the middle of America's vacation paradise here in Orlando," said Mr. Everett. "It's a standard that every member of our Holy Land Experience team takes seriously as we serve our guests and commit to providing them with an experience that is both relaxing and life-changing."

About Holy Land Experience
Situated near the vacation paradise of Orlando, Florida, TBN's Holy Land Experience offers an unforgettable adventure that immerses visitors in the sights, sounds, historical time frames — and impacting truths — of the Bible. With its colorful and realistic re-creations of ancient Israel, exciting dramatizations of favorite Bible stories, and award-winning theatrical productions, Holy Land Experience has become a must-see attraction for individuals, families, and groups from across America and around the world. For more on Holy Land Experience, log on to www.holylandexperience.com.

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Colby May, E-Mail: [email protected]; Tel: 972-313-9500

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