Maybe round down to 1 Million Even who knows.
It would depend on when you want to rent it too. Maybe you could get it for less if it was early in the year or on a weekday. *** Edited 8/28/2006 12:15:04 AM UTC by Jason Hammond***
One of the reasons clubs often get ERT sessions before/after normal operating hours, and for one or two coasters as opposed to having the whole park available...is because that's inifintely cheaper than renting out the *entire* park for an *entire* day.
I could be completely wrong, but I thought there was a similar situation with Coaster Con at Disney earlier this year.
Then again, he probably doesn't know either...because he didn't ask. ;)
You have disturbed the forbidden temple, now-you-will-pay!!!
Hey, let's call Michael Jackson and ask him!
Admissions free, you pay to get out. ;) *** Edited 8/28/2006 5:13:47 PM UTC by FLYINGSCOOTER***
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I wonder how many companies have the number of employees to afford a buyout nowadays. In days past, you had companies like Mack Truck and Bethlehem Steel who could buy out Dorney for a day. Ford used to buy out Chippewa Lake and I think Geauga Lake sometimes, and AMP used to buy out Hershey.
I'm sure the same happened with Kennywood and the other Pgh area parks. Of course, back in the 60's and 70's the parks were only half the size they are now, so it took less people to fill them too.
But now corporations are spread out. When my sister-in-law worked for IBM, they had their company picnic @ PKD in the 90s. Even with every office in the MD/DC/VA area, they didn't have enough people to buyout the park.
Someone I struck up a chat with in line at HP a few weeks ago told me that M&T Bank was doing their picnic there in early October, when the park is closed to the GP. But that event is open to every employee from Massaschusetts to Ohio to Virginia. That's a pretty big territory and a lot of travel to attend your company picnic.
Cedar Point does had the VIP option. $350 you get priority on rides and stuff. Pretty much the best.
Most parks do offer this VIP treatment but it is still expensive, but CP is the only park that teh VIP is worth it, but not really needed. But if youwanna know, just ask the parks about their VIP options.
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