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    Website Admin Katie's Avatar
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    Post your Coaster Swag!

    Hey all! I got to thinking about some of the cool stuff we have collected from parks we have been to and took a few pictures of some stuff we have. I have a ton more including park maps all over the house, t-shirts, hats, sweatshirts. The main thing we collect is shot glasses, magnets, things that are really meaningful to us when we visit a park.

    Here are some:
    This is a signed 2006 advertisement for Holiday World. It is signed by Chad Miller of the Gravity Group.
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    Here is some more swag. Coastermania badge, I-305 media lanyards, shot glasses, tickets, etc.
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    We like collecting shot glasses. We have numerous ones of the 4-packs and some other numerous stuff.
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    Here are a couple of unique ones we have. Like I said, we have a ton of them and have a ton of stuff from Geauga Lake's sale.
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    I am obsessed with Sleeping Beauty, had to show off my awesome snow globe. More GL swag too.
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    My favorite shot glass we have. Super unique!
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    Here we have a nail that I got during a tour of the GCII factory in PA and an old Cedar Point bath-tub (not sure of the year)
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    We like both Intimidators. Thanks to Wes hooking us up with some 232 swag!
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    More GL stuff. We got it at such a good price. Anyone want some?
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    Here we have a Darien Lake snow globe, Villain shotglass, SFKK shot glass and an old Cedar Point shot glass.
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    Dollywood was kind enough to send me a coaster wheel for Jeff for Father's Day. He got a wheel from Thunderhead! It still has grease in it too!
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    My sister-in-law found this plate of Kings Island at a garage sale. No idea what year its from.
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    Our magnet collection on the fridge.
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    More magnets!
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    What do you collect? I should add more pictures later. This isn't even a quarter of what we have.
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    Heartline Poster Rick B's Avatar
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    This is slightly off topic but I'll post it here anyway. I only recently started collecting things because I didn't have anywhere to display them. My wife graciously said that I could turn the garage into a family/game room and put my stuff there. I built a 10' X 16' shed over the winter and cleared out the garage.

    Garage before:
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    Garage as it is now still undergoing renovation:
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    I am building a divider between the 'living space' and a few tools I still keep there (from second hand closet doors from the Habitat for Humanity Restore). On the 'living side' I am covering the divider with park maps/etc that we collect from our travels.
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    It's still a work in progress. The next project I have started working on is transforming the old entertainment center we have into a ticket booth. While I have a ton more pictures, I'll post more pictures of projects in this room as they are completed.
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