Hi everyone! My name is Kyle Kruthoffer, and I’m excited to be a part of the Kings Island team as Video Content Producer! I’ve been going to Kings Island ever since I was young and have not stopped coming since. Daily tickets turned into Season Passes, Season Passes turned into Gold Passes, and Gold Passes turned into Platinum Passes for me. I have a strong passion for the amusement industry and strive to put a smile on guests' faces, all while capturing moments they will never forget. I always dreamed of working at the park, but I never knew exactly what I wanted to do. After a few internships and projects, I found myself doing video and public relations, all while in the industry that creates FUN!
If I had to choose a favorite ride at the park, I would definitely choose The Beast. Opening in 1979 as the “biggest, baddest, longest, fastest” wooden roller coaster, rave reviews have poured in and guests haven't stopped screaming about it since. The 7,359 foot-long monster introduced me to a whole new love and appreciation for amusement parks, and I make sure to take a ride on this masterpiece every time I visit.
In terms of what to expect from me, be on the lookout for fun blogs, taking Kings Island Blog readers behind-the-scenes, historical facts, photos and videos! Is there something you want to see? Let me know by dropping a comment down below.
Hope to see you in the park!
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