Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1:39 PM
Back in August someone posted a thread saying that B&M are not making stand-up coasters anymore, or that they were advising parks not to install them.

At the Euroshow 2001 last week in London, I was on the B&M stand, and stand-up coasters were still being promoted.

I also asked who I believe to be Mr Walter Bolliger himself, as to whether stand-ups could be converted to floorless or sitting coasters (another topic on CoasterBuzz).

The answer was no. I asked for more information as to why not, but he then said "Do you own a park?". I was tempted to say "Forest Frontiers", but it was time to move on a get my free sample of "Dip'n'Dotts".

Hope this clears up a few things.
#Life is a rollercoaster you just gotta ride it#
Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1:43 PM
It's spelled Dip'N'Dots. Ice cream of the future. Money maker today.

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