In 1999, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay unleashed Gwazi, the Southeast’s largest and fastest double wooden roller coaster featuring 1.25 million feet of twisting lumber. On Saturday, Jan. 22, Gwazi will reopen to fans outfitted with new Millennium Flyer trains designed by Great Coasters International, Inc., the coaster’s original manufacturer.
The new trains provide the smoothest way to ride a wooden coaster and arehighly regarded for their spacious, cushioned seats and individual row designthat resembles wooden roller coasters trains from the early 1900s. The open sides of the new cars will provide unobstructed views of the 7,000-plus combined feet of Gwazi’s two twisted tracks.
SPECIAL OFFERS FOR THRILL SEEKERS:
To celebrate Gwazi’s reopening, any guest who rides Gwazi on Saturday,
Jan. 22 will receive a coupon valid for a 30 percent food and beverage discount at any culinary location, including all restaurants and snack carts. Also, any coaster riders who wear a Gwazi, American Coaster Enthusiast or Florida Coaster Club shirt will receive a free commemorative ride photo.
And this is just the beginning, as Busch Gardens is keeping the fast-paced thrills coming all year long. Experience a new breed of speed with Cheetah Hunt, a one-of-a-kind multiple launch coaster opening spring 2011.
Remember that when you purchase your discount Busch Gardens tickets thru The Official Ticket Center, you will recieve a second day free within 7 days of the first day of usage.
For more park information, visit www.officialticketcenter.com or call toll free at 1-877-406-4836
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