Posted Friday, August 23, 2019 9:15 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The employees that work for Kennywood, the traditional amusement park just outside of Pittsburgh, don’t exactly wear their hearts on their sleeves. But they do wear the year that the park opened, 1898, on the front of their shirts.
Emblazoned in bold numbers, it is emblematic of the pride that the park and the people of Pittsburgh take in the history and heritage of the longstanding, beloved icon. Kennywood is a place that has thrilled and entertained generations of visitors and is firmly woven into the community’s fabric.
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