Frank incensed

Twitter can be a tough nut to crack. But pieces of shell went flying all over my office this morning when I started channeling Frank Costanza of Seinfeld fame: “You want a piece of me? YOU WANT A PIECE OF ME?!” #SantaCake #FrankCostanzaMemories pic.twitter.com/mRTCo3mRCp — Holiday World (@HolidayWorld) February 25, 2014 @MojoMissy Thanks! I’ve had…

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The shoes of the grasshopper

It’s a rite of passage here: that first search for the perfect white running shoe. Or walking shoe. Or tennis shoe. Sneakers. Jennifer from Marketing was all a flutter yesterday, proudly announcing she’d found not-one-but-two perfect pairs of white shoes for the summer (read: park uniform) season. I could barely conceal the urge to slowly…

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Have you ever been Rickrolled?

Okay, up until about three years ago, I’d never heard of this phenomenon. Rickrolling. Wikipedia explains it at great length, if you’d like the whole story. In brief, it’s faking someone out by sending them a link to a great video. But no matter what you promised, you’re sending them this: Guess I should have…

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Whom do we thank …

…for this pretty weather? I say we should thank Christy: Glad I paid the extra "gorgeous weather" security deposit to Mother Nature for our trip to @HolidayWorld this weekend. — Christy Kilgore (@ckilgore) October 11, 2013  

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A little Thanksgiving attitude

Little Livi wears her turkey hat like no other! Livi loves thanksgiving @HolidayWorld pic.twitter.com/mVxepLksv3 — Gretchen Winkler (@gleigh627) August 8, 2013  

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Queues for the love-lorn

Just had to share this humorous tweet: When I went to Holiday World, I stood in the 'Single' lines hoping to meet that special someone. — Riley (@orileyaaron) July 31, 2013

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Rise and shine!

We've all been there: The only thing standing between me and Holiday World is me actually getting out of bed. — Sara Farner (@Sara_KateF) June 30, 2013

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One of the great mysteries of life

We truly enjoy reading the tweets that mention us. We get to peek in at the preparations being made for an upcoming visit, detailing the nightly ritual of measuring a child who's nearly tall enough to ride our roller coasters. Sometimes the tweet is simply a plaintive wail: "Somebody take me to Holiday World!" This…

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