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Skyline Time at The Beast 

Don Helbig

Area Manager, Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig

If you're visiting Kings Island next week, feeling good and hungry, gathered together with friends and family as you're about to ride The Beast, it's Skyline Time if your ride just so happens to be on the Cheese Coney train! 

The Beast is celebrating its 40th anniversary season this summer while Skyline Chili is celebrating its 70th. To honor these two Cincinnati traditions, the park will offer a free Cheese Coney to all riders on the 70th train of the day on The Beast every day next week, July 22-28. 

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