People make the Point

In the business section of last Sunday's Register, John Hildebrandt was asked what he felt Cedar Point's greatest asset was, and why
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

In the business section of last Sunday's Register, John Hildebrandt was asked what he felt Cedar Point's greatest asset was, and why. Perhaps he interpreted the word "asset" to mean property, but as a former employee of the CP's Information Systems department for ten years, I will tell you that no ride in that or any other park is Cedar Point's greatest asset. I was fortunate to work with and serve some of the hardest working, competent, knowledgeable people you will find anywhere.

As anyone, seasonal or full-time will tell you, Cedar Point is a demanding employer. I love my work now with Firelands Habitat for Humanity, and while in all honesty I cannot say I always miss the work I did at Cedar Point, I will always miss the people. They have always been, and will always be Cedar Point's greatest asset. With all due respect to Mr. Hildebrandt, for my money, he got it wrong.

Nancy Smith

Monroeville