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Happy New Year

Tony Clark

Director of Communications

Happy New Year, friends!

I know it’s been awhile since I’ve had the chance to connect here. Real talk for a minute…I was extremely ill in December and could barely function. It was a great way to roll into the holidays! (That’s sarcasm.)

But I’m functioning like a normal human now, so here we are. And I wish you nothing but health, happiness and FUN in 2018.

There are a few updates to share with you. I know you’re curious about Steel Vengeance and how that’s progressing. We’ll have a very short update coming very soon.

Also, we know you’re craving information on things like ride nights for Platinum Passholders, Early Entry details, event information and more. We are hard at work finalizing all of those details. So hang in there – it’s all coming soon.

I’ll also have photo updates coming on some ongoing projects like the demo of Sandcastle Suites and the Extreme Sports Stadium.

And there’s the new Hotel Breakers tower addition. We’ll take a peek in there.

In the meantime, let’s talk ride numbers from 2017. By the way, it should be noted that our Ride Operations Team has received the 2017 iROC Audit Excellence Award, which is based on how park ride crews are following and adhering to safety, efficiency and professionalism standards.  

Cedar Point is in good company too, as the only other parks to win this award were our sister park California’s Great America and Holiday World. This is a big deal, kids.

Congratulations to all!

So I’m not going to reveal the exact order of “most rides given” to “least rides given” for you. Instead, I’ll put our top 5 here and you can start thinking about what order they should be in (#1 being the most rides given and #5 being the least). I’ll share the correct order in the coming days.

In no particular order, here they are:

  • Valravn
  • GateKeeper
  • Millennium Force
  • Magnum XL-200
  • Raptor

Take your guesses - I'll be back with the answers in a few days.

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