So many businesses are trying to get back to normal now that many folks are vaccinated. The good news is many people are getting out more and spending money, the bad news is there is not enough help out there. Many small business owners, as well as the bigger ones like Cedar Point, are trying to recover and rebuild from the Covid pandemic, the new hurdle is a lack of workers.

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Cedar Parks Closed Days In June

On Friday, Cedar Point said it would close on select dates in June because there are not enough workers according to fox47news.com.  Looking at their calendar for June, the park and Cedar Point Shores Waterpark will close four Tuesdays and Wednesdays in June – 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23.  So if your planning on a June trip with the family make a note of those dates they are closed.  You don't want to be like the Griswald's when Wally World was closed.

According to Cedar Point, they have added more than 300 full-time, year-round positions and increased the sign-on bonus and increased the wage.

 

Cedar Point by the way has lifted the outdoor mask requirements and is hoping to be back to full operation in July. There are also a variety of ticket ranges from season to daily passes and you can check them out here at Cedarpoint.com. This year will be Cedar Points 150th anniversary celebration. Wow, that is a long time. Plus you can check out Cedar Point's newest ride the Snake River Expedition.

Cedar Park History

According to wikipedia.com Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park on a Lake Erie peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. Opened in 1870, it is considered the second-oldest operating amusement park in the United States behind only Lake Compounce.

Get out and enjoy all those rides this summer.

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