The SkyStar Wheel Brings New Light to the Cincinnati Skyline!

KPPR Client, The SkyStar Wheel has officially rolled into Cincinnati, Ohio Now-12/02/18!

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The SkyStar Wheel is making headlines as it rolls into The Banks of Cincinnati, OH!

“SKYSTAR OBSERVATION WHEEL OPENS AT THE BANKS TO GREAT VIEWS AND REVIEWS..

The 150-foot high SkyStar observation wheel at The Banksopened Saturday evening to great reviews from WCPO Anchor Tanya O'Rourke and WCPO Multimedia Journalist Jake Ryle after they were among the first riders... 

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“ALL ABOUT THE 150-FOOT-HIGH SKYSTAR OBSERVATION WHEEL NOW OPEN AT THE BANKS!”

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“150-FOOT-HIGH SKYSTAR OBSERVATION WHEEL WILL HELP CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BANKS IN CINCINNATI!”

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Banks in Cincinnati, SkyStar, a 150-foot-high mobile observation wheel will open August 31 through December 2. SkyStar will operate on Freedom Way at The Banks, across from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

“SkyStar is America’s largest portable observation wheel and it will light up the sky with over 1 million colored LED lights,” said Todd Schneider of SkyStar. “This experience promises to provide unique views of downtown Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, the Suspension Bridge and the Ohio River.” 

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“SKYSTAR 15-STORY FERRIS WHEEL GOING UP AT THE BANKS..”

SkyStar, a temporary 15-story "observation wheel" (aka Ferris Wheel), is going up at The Banks downtown from Aug. 31-Dec. 2. The portable contraption has been traveling across America, setting up shop in cities including Norfolk, Va. and Louisville, Ky. to offer elevated views and a novel, pop-up tourism experience…

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“GIANT FERRIS WHEEL HEADED TO BANKS!”

A 150-foot-high “mobile observation wheel” is coming to the Banks this week to help the riverfront development celebrate its 10th anniversary. The wheel, called the SkyStar, will open Aug. 31 and operate through Dec. 2 on Freedom Way across the street from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.