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Charleston, S.C. beach vacation deal has funny acronym

Posted by Paul Kandarian  March 11, 2014 12:40 PM

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It may be stretching acronyms a bit, but when it comes to a 10 percent discount we're on board.

Wild Dunes Resort, part of Destination Hotels & Resorts, in Charleston, S.C., is offering a deal for PANKS and PUNKS. That’s “Professional Aunts/Uncles No Kids.” The three-night beach vacation package for one adult and two kids starts at $291 per night through May 23 and $309 a night Sept. 2 through Dec. 31. It includes accommodations for three nights in a two-bedroom resort condo, a two-hour kayaking trip and a downtown carriage tour. Also available this spring and summer is a 30 percent discount on the Duney’s VIP all-inclusive recreation pass for kids.

Oh, and the deal doesn't just apply to PANKS and PUNKS. The deal can also include godmothers, godfathers, cousins, neighbors or family friends -- which would make for a much chunkier acronym.

For more info, visit www.wilddunes.com

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