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Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation's King for a Day

Posted Aug 9, 2012

Andy and Jordan Dalton hosted the first annual King for a Day Program for families of severely/chronically ill-children or special-needs children.

The King for a Day Program provided the families with an all-expense-paid dream day at Kings Island Theme Park. Each attendee spent the day feeling like a King with his or her free Fast Lane Passes, snack vouchers and Andy Dalton T-shirts. At lunch time, all guests were invited to join Andy and Jordan in Kings Island’s Private Picnic area.

The program is part of the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation, whose mission is to provide opportunities, support and resources to children and families in need throughout Greater Cincinnati. For more information about the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation, please visit andydalton.org.

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