Friday, 4 July, 2008 12:44 PM
Prize Patrol On the Lookout During the Fourth of July Weekend
courtesy of www.wikipedia.org
entrance to Cedar Point Amusement Park
Ohio -- Some lucky guests at Cedar Point during this holiday
weekend may go home with a grill, a year's supply of bratwurst,
a tote bag, potato chips or other valuable prizes.
Thursday, July 3 through Sunday, July 6, the Cedar Point Prize Patrol
will be popping up all around Cedar Point and randomly selecting
guests to win exciting prizes.
goodies the Prize Patrol will be giving away during the holiday
weekend will be several Johnson Ultimate Grill Packages that include
a Vortex "Swirling Air" Tabletop gas grill, tongs, oven
mitt, chef's hat and free Johnsonville products for a year. Other
winners will snag free Johnsonville brats, money-saving coupons
for Johnsonville products and the always-popular Brat Beads.
is more. The Prize Patrol will also be giving away Weber One-Touch
charcoal grills, compliments of Meijer, Grand Rapids, Mich., and
the Weber-Stephen Products Co., Palatine, Ill. Other freebies include
Diet Pepsi Max tote bags and beach towels and sample packs of Shearer's
Potato Chips, from Shearer's Foods, Inc., Brewster, Ohio.
guest will even win free Shearer's Potato Chips for a year!
Big Taste Grill, one of the largest grills in the world, will also
be serving tasty brats throughout the weekend. For only $4.69 plus
tax, guests can purchase a Meal Deal that includes a brat, Pepsi
product and a bag of Shearer's Potato Chips. The Johnsonville Big
Taste Grill weighs more than 53,000 pounds and is more than 65 feet
long. It has the capacity to cook more than 750 brats at one time
and more than 2,500 in an hour.
planned for Cedar Point's All-American July Fourth Weekend include
a colorful fireworks display beginning at 10 p.m. on Friday, July
4 when Cedar Point will be open until midnight. There will also
be performances by the 338th U.S. Army Reserve Band, a 90-member
marching band, and special displays and souvenirs commemorating
the 45th anniversary of the Cedar Point and Lake Erie Railroad,
one of the park's oldest existing rides. Since 1963, the authentic
coal-burning steam engines have given more than 109 million rides.
information about Cedar Point, guests can log on to cedarpoint.com
or call the park's general information line at 419.627.2350.