MASON, Ohio - If you love the Beast roller coaster at Kings Island, there’s a chance to get a new perspective of the world’s longest wooden roller coaster.
Kings Island is offering behind the scenes tours of the Beast roller coaster to raise money for breast cancer awareness through Komen for the Cure. It's all part of the amusement park's fundraiser called “ Pink Days .”
Behind-the-scenes tours of the roller coaster are available through Aug. 25 and its costs $25 for a 30-minute tour of the Beast.
Tickets are available online . You must also purchase an admission ticket to Kings Island separately.
All proceeds from the Beast tours go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Cincinnati affiliate. Since 2010, the Kings Island for the Cure campaign has raised more than $435,000, including $219,000 last year. As of Friday morning, this summer’s campaign had already raised more than $24,200.
For more information about Pink Days, go to http://www.visitkingsisland.com/events/things-to-do/special-events/Pink-Days-at-Kings-Island .
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