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Check out this sunrise over Kings Island's Banshee roller coaster

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Check out this sunrise over Kings Island's Banshee roller coaster

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Good morning! To begin another week of content on the Kings Island Blog, we’re sharing this sunrise view over the world’s longest steel inverted roller coaster, Banshee.

Kings Island’s attractions are amazing, and there’s no better way to start a day than watching a sunrise over one of them. It’s inspiring.

We plan to capture many more joy-invoking sunrises at Kings Island to share with you in the weeks ahead. Whether it’s watching the sun climb up and over  Banshee or seeing the first rays of light frame International Street, each of our signature attractions offers its own inspiring sunrise views.

From our sunrise to yours, good morning and have a KI Best Day!

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