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Park News


Mack Rides and Mack Media names Roller CoasterGirl 2019


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0-year-old Carolin Karch from Freiburg in Breisgau has been named RollerCoasterGirl 2019. The passionate rollercoaster fan won against numerous rivals in the choice initiated by Mack Rides and


MackMedia. Carolin will carry the title of RollerCoasterGirl for a year, and as a rollercoaster representative on YouTube and Instagram, will offer her fans exclusive insights into the exciting world of the theme park industry. Miriam Mack and Carolin’s predecessor Jessica de Jong chose the winner in the Confertainment Center of Europa-Park. As a RollerCoasterGirl 2019, Carolin takes her social media fan community


for an entire year on an exciting journey to exclusive events, the wildest roller coaster rides and the most spectacular shows. She was present at the opening of Europa-Park Museum Hotel “Krønasår” at the end of May, will visit the European Attraction Show in Paris in September and join in the fantastic launch of the gigantic water adventure resort Rulantica at the end of November. Carolin follows in the footsteps of Jessica de Jong from Lelystad, Netherlands, who was voted the second RollerCoasterGirl last year. Carolin has been a big amusement park fan for years: “When I was


younger, I had a lot of respect for big roller coasters,” said the 20-year-old. “Over the years my love for the rides has grown bigger and bigger and the Silver Star is my top favorite. In my spare time, I like to do weight training and spend a lot of time with my dog, my hamster and my centipede!”


Sunkid-Heege extends partnership with Karls Erlebnisdörfer


With more than 250 attractions, cafés and hotels in seven locations, Karls Erlebnisdörfer are some of the most popular family excursion destinations in Germany and Sunkid helps ensure this success it says. The first Erlebnisdorf park was opened in Rövershagen back in 1993. It already has a Tower, themed as a pirate’s nest and supplemented by a scored game. The fun factor, interactive approach and children and families as target groups were some factors that led to bringing more Sunkid- Heege products to other Karls sites as well. Nadja Schriever, marketing manager of


the Erlebnisdörfer parks, emphasises: “We have operated the pirate’s nest in Rövershagen for a long time without any failures. The reliability of these devices, or specifically the ride, have convinced us. Our managing director, Robert Dahl, also tried out the Nautic Jet on a works outing. He loved the freefall experience. Our guests can now enjoy it, too, in our second-largest Erlebnisdorf, Elstal. We set up a double facility there that we dubbed the ‘Strawberry Drop’.” The following Karls sites were also expanded by


Family Rides from Sunkid-Heege: A SkyDive double facility was built in Zirkow on the island of Rügen as a pancake catapult. The most recent Erlebnisdorf in Koserow on the island of Usedom had a “Straw- beary” tower added to it. The facilities were delivered on time and customised elaborately to match the customer’s ‘strawberry’ theme.


“We have a great cooperation with Karls,”


says Sunkid’s Michael Kalsch. “The Karlsians are a very target-oriented and motivated team. We thank


them for their trust. Of course, we look forward to further shared projects.”


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Carolin with her predecessor Jessica de Jong


Universal Studios Hollywood Cocina Mexicana now open


Universal Studios Hollywood has opened Cocina Mexicana, bringing authentic Mexican cuisine to the theme park. Menu items include beef and chicken tacos, a wet burrito, a taco salad, frozen margaritas, and an array of desserts.


JUNE 2019


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