Posted Tuesday, September 23, 2008 5:02 PM | Contributed by Jeff
[Ed. note: The following is an unedited press release. -J]
Cincinnati, Ohio – As the internet becomes the primary source that people turn to for information, The Gravity Group today has launched the first blog & podcast for an amusement ride company.
Dubbed “Gravitycast – The podcast and blog of The Gravity Group,” this online presence seeks to inform, entertain, and educate guests with the behind-the-scenes happenings that take place at a roller coaster design firm.
“We believe that Gravitycast will offer an exciting medium for people to learn about our company and the excitement that surrounds the design and construction of a roller coaster,” says Gravity Group engineer Korey Kiepert. “From concept to first ride, there are many stories for each ride that go untold. Now we have a place to share these stories.”
To visit Gravitycast, go to www.thegravitygroup.com, and click on the “Gravitycast” link at the top of the page. So you can always be up to date, be sure to subscribe with your news feed reader, audio player or via email.
Gravitycast is launched on the heels of The Gravity Group’s sixth year anniversary. Since its formation in 2002, The Gravity Group has designed five wooden roller coasters worldwide. Its designs range from the number one rated Voyage at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana to the long-awaited Ravine Flyer II at Waldameer in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Hades, Voyage, Broadway Bullet, RFII...what's #5??
Fireball in China
Very cool indeed.
Acoustic Viscosity said:
Fireball in China
Oh, yeah...that's being built right now...damn Chinese gov't censoring their site!!
Designers of the first 90 degree turn on a wooden coaster!
Well, there's another subscription I need to get in iTunes. This should be fun to listen to, even if they only manage 1 a month*.
* - I haven't listened to the first one yet where they "lay out the goals" of the podcast, so its possible they are planning more or less frequency. Either way, it'll still be fun to listen to.
Boardwalk Bullet, but close enough. :-P
Park Place Pocket Rocket
Really cool! Another way to get the fix, long cold winter coming.
May be a podcast finally worth listening to...
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