Cedar Point’s Disaster Transport Makes Its Final Launch For The Kids
Disaster Transport has been a part of Cedar Point's list of attractions since 1985 when it was originally an outdoor ride. In 1990 they decided to close it in and turn it into the space themed ride that it is today.
In less than a week though, Disaster Transport will be gone from America's Roller Coast forever. Cedar Point is paying tribute to the ride though, and helping to Give Kids The World at the same time.
At Disaster Transport Final Dispatch: A Mission for the Kids, guests can become a part of history while helping children with life-threatening illnesses and their families make memories that last a lifetime.
Participation includes complimentary all-day park admission for non-season passholders, an hour of exclusive ride time on Disaster Transport, VIP access to a private reception, a commemorative event t-shirt, a special souvenir and eligibility for the the last ride with the lights on. The top three fundraisers will also receive prizes!
Here's what is planned for Sunday, July 29:
9 p.m. Welcome Reception-- Enjoy light refreshments, music and a special presentation at the patio outside Disaster Transport.
10:30 - 11:30 p.m. Exclusive Ride Time-- Disaster Transport is officially closed to the public and open to all participants for ERT.
11:40 p.m. Final Lap-- Last ride with the lights on! The 50 participants who have raised the most money are guaranteed a spot. The first place fundraiser will have the privilege of choosing their seat first, followed by the second place fundraiser and so on until all seats are taken.
In addition to the $20 registration fee, a minimum of $50 must be raised in order to participate. Top fundraisers will be determined Friday, July 27 at Noon EST.
Online registration will close Friday, July 27 at Noon EST. Onsite. day-of registration will be available for $75 and includes all-day park admission for non-season passholders, an hour of exclusive ride time on Disaster Transport, VIP access to a private reception, a commemorative event t-shirt and a special souvenir. Onsite registrants are not eligible for the Final Lap.
The rumors of what might replace Disaster Transport have been flying around lately, and here is a peak at what we will be seeing in 2012.