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Cedar Point to Host Guinness World Record Day
$36 Tickets to Benefit American Cancer Society

SANDUSKY, Ohio – For years Cedar Point has broken records with their high-flying coasters,
but now, guests at the Sandusky, Ohio, amusement park/resort can help the park set two new
world records.

On Guinness World Record Day at Cedar Point, Sunday, July 31, the park will attempt two new
world records: one for the most beach balls in the air at the same time and the second for the
greatest number of people applying sunscreen at the same time.

In addition to setting world records, guests will also be able to purchase tickets to the park
online at cedarpoint.com for only $36, a savings of nearly $12 per ticket. These special one-
day tickets will only be valid Sunday, July 31. Plus, a portion of the proceeds will be donated
to the Northern Ohio Chapter of the American Cancer Society.

Interested guests should be at the park by 9 a.m. to prepare for the first event, which will
start promptly at 9:30 a.m. The first event for the most beach balls in the air simultaneously
at a single venue is a brand new record. To qualify for the new record, a minimum of 250
beach balls must be individually juggled for at least 10 seconds. If a ball is dropped, that
participant will be subtracted from the grand total.

Discount Drug Mart, Inc., will be supplying a beach ball for each participant.

Immediately following the beach ball attempt, the sunscreen application event will be held.
The current record is 675 and was recently established less than a month ago on June 25th.
During the competition, guests must continually apply sunscreen on themselves or they will be
ineligible for the final count.

The American Cancer Society was selected to participate in the event because the use of
sunscreen helps reduce the risk of skin cancer.

Headquartered in Orlando, Fla., Panama Jack, the 37-year-old sun lotion company, will
provide more than 700 sunscreen foil packets for guests to use during this two-minute
attempt.

Philip Robertson, an adjudicator from Guinness World Records, based in New York City, will
be at the park to monitor the events, keep official times and verify the records.

To obtain more information about the Guinness World Record Day at Cedar Point, please log
on to cedarpoint.com or call the park’s general information line at 419-627-2350.
You can follow them on Twitter @cedarpoint

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  1. I LOVE Cedar Point! We spent 2 days there on our honeymoon!! So much fun! I wish we lived closer I’d go check this out!
    Over from PITM!

  2. sounds fun!

    Visiting from PITM.

    Desiree
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    http://www.weeshare.net

  3. sounds like a good time for a good cause

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