Kings Island announces important updates regarding the rest of the 2020 Season. Learn More.
What a special day it was for 35 families who visited Kings Island on Saturday, May 11. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, JJ, treated them to a day of fun and memories at the amusement park during the annual King for a Day event.
Through the program, families from Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky enjoyed the day at Kings Island. They also received Fast Lane passes, lunch with the Daltons, soft drink wristbands and special King for a Day t-shirts.
The event at Kings Island is something the Daltons look forward to every year.
“JJ and I enjoyed spending the day with these families as they created lasting memories together,” said Andy Dalton. “We wanted them to have the chance to put their challenges aside for a few hours and simply focus on having fun.”
The Andy & JJ Dalton Foundation works to provide opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families. If you would like to learn more about the Andy & JJ Dalton Foundation, or would like to make a donation, please visit www.andydalton.org.
Post a Comment
The Astro-Comet: Remembering King Cobra
Kings Island Foodie News: Chef's Plate pop-up style dining experience new at Wishbone Grill
Kings Island releases fall calendar
This Date in 1973: Filming began at Kings Island for the "Cincinnati Kids" episode of The Brady Bunch
Kings Island collectible pins now available through the Online Store
Check out this daybreak view from The Racer
It's National Roller Coaster Day! Celebrate with a ride on The Racer
One year ago today, Kings Island announced plans to build the Orion giga coaster
Kings Island passholder loses 190 lbs. to ride newest roller coaster
Kings Island Foodie News: Rivertown Potato Works Pulled Pork Fries a new guest favorite