Kings Island for the Cure campaign surpasses $500,000 mark | News
MASON, OH (FOX19) - Kings Island's campaign to raise money for breast cancer awareness hit a milestone on Wednesday.
Money raised since 2010 for Kings Island for the Cure surpassed the $500,000 dollar mark.
Now through August 25, one dollar from each ticket to Kings Island sold online during “Pink Days” goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Cincinnati affiliate as part of the third annual Kings Island for the Cure campaign. So far this season over $100,000 dollars has been raised for this cause.
Guests can also help in the fight against breast cancer by splashing a pink rubber Snoopy into the park’s fountain on International Street. Snoopy’s are just $5 for one or five for $20 and can be purchased at the park, online at visitkingsisland.com, or at Huntington Bank locations.
On August 25, one lucky Snoopy will be randomly selected from the fountain and the owner of that Snoopy will win a brand new 2012 Honda Fit, courtesy of Kings Honda and Performance Honda.
All proceeds from the Snoopy sales go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Cincinnati affiliate.
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