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Andy Dalton Hosts ‘King for a Day’ Program at Kings Island

Posted Aug 21, 2017

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, hosted 40 families for the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation’s “King for a Day” community outreach program at Kings Island on Sunday.

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, hosted 40 families for the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation’s “King for a Day” community outreach program at Kings Island on Sunday.

“Spending a summer day at Kings Island is a tradition for many Cincinnati families, and we’re thrilled to give that experience to these kids,” said Andy Dalton. “Jordan and I love spending time with these kids and getting to know their families. To provide such a fun day for them is always a treat for us.”

One family helped open the park for the day and each attendee received an entry pass to the park, fast lane passes, a souvenir cup, a “King for a Day” t-shirt and the opportunity to attend a private lunch with the Daltons. After lunch, the Daltons took time to enjoy rides with the families throughout the 364-acre park.

“King for a Day” is one of five programs initiated by the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation, which continues its mission of providing opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families in the Greater Cincinnati area.

For more information about the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, please visit www.andydalton.org.

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