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Seat Auction on Mako to Benefit Give Kids The World

Thrill-ride fans itching to board the spectacular new Mako roller coaster can skip the lines and be among the first to experience the most anticipated attraction in central Florida this year by participating in a special seat auction to benefit Give Kids The World (GKTW) Village.

SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, Florida and GKTW Village are holding a seat auction that will allow winners to be among the first to ride Mako on June 8, before the grand opening celebration on June 10. It's a chance to experience the "tallest, fastest and longest coaster in Orlando" and to be part of "hypercoaster" history!

Auction proceeds will help GKTW fulfill the dreams of children with life-threatening illnesses whose wish is to visit Orlando's world-famous theme parks and other attractions.

The seat auction will be available at www.32auctions.com/InauguralMakoRide, between now and June 3. Riders may pick their preferred seat during the bidding process according to their desired thrill level: a middle seat in the middle car or a side-seat in the back.

There's even an exclusive one-of-a-kind experience – offered at a minimum bid of $2,000 – that will award the winner two seats in the front row, riding with Brian Morrow, Vice President of Theme Park Experience for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and GKTW Village President and CEO Pamela Landwirth. In addition, the premium package winner will be awarded a two-night's stay at a hotel near the theme park and lunch with Morrow, among other perks.

There are 80 additional seats available for auction, offered at a minimum bid of $250 or $500 depending on the train and seat(s) chosen. Winners will receive their selected seat(s), a Mako T-shirt, free parking and admission to SeaWorld Orlando for the remainder of the day.

 

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