MILLENNIUM DROP WILL THRILL VISITORS AT THE 2002 L.A. COUNTY FAIR
Get ready for the ride of your life. As you freefall 80-feet towards the ground your stomach will drop and your eyes will glue shut. You will try to scream but sound will not come out of your mouth. Seconds later you gently land on a soft, pillowy net that cushions you like a glove.
The new and unique thrill ride Millennium Drop promises to excite even the most daring Fairguest at the L.A. County Fair, Sept. 13-29, at Fairplex in Pomona.
Also known as Scad (suspended catch air device), Millennium Drop is the only system in the world that allows unattached 80-foot controlled freefalls. Millennium Drop is made for those guests who are not afraid of extreme heights.
This wild, yet safe, ride will hoist the courageous Fairguest into the air in a big basket-like gondola. Once they reach the maximum height, they are released from the cable and they will fall backwards through a hole in the middle of the basket, plummeting towards the net.
The softness of the impact at such high speeds makes this extreme ride an exceptional choice at the 2002 Fair. Donít miss out on the new Millennium Drop.
For more information on the L.A. County Fair, visit the Web site at www.lacountyfair.com or call (909) 623-3111. chinabnr.