Check Out The New Exhibits at Pretend City | @pretendcity

Disclosure:  I was contacted directly by representatives from Pretend City, who asked for my participation in sharing the news the opening of the new exhibits, and invited to attend the event.  All opinions of Pretend City are my own.

 Tomorrow, July 2nd and 10:00am Pretend City opens two new exhibits for the summer and you are invited to help them kick off the fun!   The  exhibits promote a healthy, active lifestyle for kids in the new Pretend Café Featuring Wahoo’s and The Our Home Exhibit featuring the family Of Pierre-Andre Senizergues, owner of actions sports company, etnies.

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Pretend City Children’s Museum has teamed up with two Orange County-based action-packed companies, Wahoo’s and etnies to promote the benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle.

Join in the fun of creating delicious meals with Wahoo’s pretend food with their branded items like tacos and more to make it a “real” Wahoo’s experience.

The Our Home exhibit gives guests a peek inside the Senizergues family’s home and tells the story of how Pierre-Andre Senizergues, owner of etnies.

Other activities of the day include:

  • The Opening of the Exhibits
  • Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies
  • Free Wahoo’s Tacos
  • Skateboarding Workshop
  • Skate deck art wall
  • Youth Rock Band
  • Pictures in front of the pretend Laguna Lifeguard tower
  • Giveaways
  • And More…

The new Pretend Café Exhibit featuring Wahoo’s and the Our Home Exhibit featuring the family of Pierre-Andre Senizergues runs now until October 2013. With each purchase of a Pretend City ticket throughout the exhibit run, guests will receive a special promotion for a free Wahoo’s taco and a special Pretend City-only discount for shoes purchased on etnies’ online store.

 About Pretend City Children’s Museum:
Pretend City Children’s Museum is the first educational facility of its kind in the western United States representing a small, interconnected city designed to “build better brains” through purposeful play, hands-on learning experiences, role playing, and educational programming. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, it depends on community-based funding and guest support. Through 17 interactive exhibits and activities guided by a highly trained professional staff, children learn foundational math, reading and science skills, while fostering curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, organization, teamwork, self-confidence and socialization. The museum is a unique community resource where families, educators and community agencies come together to ensure that each child gains the experiences needed for a productive and fulfilling future. Pretend City Children’s Museum is located at 29 Hubble, Irvine, CA 92618. For more information, please visit

About Wahoo’s:
Founded by brothers Wing Lam, Ed Lee and Mingo Lee, Wahoo’s Fish Taco, a community mainstay and worldwide pop culture phenomenon, has been serving up its eclectic Mexican-Brazilian-Asian menu since 1988. Celebrated for its fresh food, pro-athlete support and charity involvement, Wahoo’s is recognized across multiple states for its sticker-covered walls. During the past two decades, the restaurant chain has grown to include more than 56 locations throughout California, Colorado, Texas and Hawaii. To learn more about Wahoo’s Fish Taco, please visit

About etnies:
Established in 1986, etnies is the first skateboarder-owned and operated global action sports footwear and apparel company. etnies not only pushed the envelope by creating the first pro model skate shoe, but it pioneered technological advances and changed the face of skateboard footwear forever. Today, etnies’ vision, led by owner and skateboarder Pierre-André Senizergues, is to remain the leading action sports company committed to creating innovative products that provide the most style, comfort and protection possible. etnies stays true to its roots by sponsoring world class skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding, moto x and BMX teams and continues its dedication by giving back to each of these communities. For additional information, visit

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