Cedar Point made the bold statement over the summer. Today America’s Roller Coast kept the promise. The Ohio park promised that if LeBron James returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, they would rename one of their coasters King James. Would they really rename a coaster? Which would it be? Would they keep the promise?
Cedar Point and the LeBron James Foundation has announced a partnership over years that will longer than any record breaking coaster. Cedar Point and LeBron James have announced that they will be joining forces of to bring the “Wheels of Education” program to new levels. Together the will work to positively affect the lives of children and young adults through education and activities.
The park will sponsor the annual “I PROMISE Family Reunion” event in which children and their families will spend a day of fun in the park.
“We are thrilled to have formed this partnership with LeBron and his foundation,” said Jason McClure, vice president and general manager for Cedar Point. “It’s great when two world-class organizations can come together for the benefit of kids, their education and their families.”
“The Foundation is extremely excited about this new partnership because it’s a long-term commitment that will have benefits for our kids and their families for years to come,” said Michele Campbell, Executive Director of the LeBron James Family Foundation. “One of the fundamental goals of the Wheels for Education program and the Akron I PROMISE Network is to provide our students with opportunities and experiences they might not otherwise have access to, and this partnership with Cedar Point does exactly that.”
There will be more plans in the future on how the two companies will work together, but today they kept a promise.
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