SeaWorld Orlando’s Manta Photo Contest

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SeaWorld Orlando’s Photo Contest
SeaWorld Orlando’s new Manta will be a Bolliger & Mabillard flying coaster reaching heights of 14 stories and speeds of 60 mph that will open in Summer 2009. Now, SeaWorld is having a photo contest. The first reader who’s able to take a picture of Manta’s track while it’s being shipped from Ohio to Orlando will win two tickets to the park and front row seats on Manta.

The prize package includes:
— Two admission tickets to SeaWorld Orlando (valid for one year)
— Front-of the-the-line access for two people for a ride on Manta. If the winner visits SeaWorld Orlando before Manta opens, they can choose front-of-the-line access on either Kraken or Journey to Atlantis.
— Travel expenses, meals, etc. are not included.
— Employees and contractors of Busch Entertainment Corporation and their families are not eligible.
Manta Coaster Shipping Route - Photo Contest
The trucks carrying the blue B&M track will be following this route from Clermont in Batavia, Ohio to Sea World in Orlando, Florida:
— Rte 32 West out of Batavia
— I-275 south to I-75 South to Florida
— I-75 south to the Florida Turnpike
— Florida Turnpike to Interstate 4
— Interstate 4 to the Beachline
— Beachline to SeaWorld Orlando

**UPDATE** – 10/7
Manta Watch is underway!
SeaWorld is having a photo contest promoting their new Manta flying coaster. The first reader who’s able to take a picture of Manta’s track while it’s being shipped from Ohio to Orlando will win two tickets to the park and front row seats on Manta. Send your photos to: joel [at] coastercritic.com

SeaWorld has released the video below showing some Manta track arriving at the park:

Read more about SeaWorld Orlando’s new Manta.

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2 Comments

  1. Hey, You better start your contest. I have pics of the manta track pieces on the trucks. Two of the drivers were on I-75 south near Dry Ridge Ky.

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  2. The contest has begun! Email your photos ASAP to win this great prize!

    Reply

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