Like thrillerman1 said it is under the Virginia Resident Fun Card, but you that is not the only place that you can find it, if you look on the right pages and click the right links you will see it all over the place.
It was also mentioned last week on the In The Loop newshow podcast. Not an actual article, but mentioned in passing.
I kinda like it myself. And it may help to simplify things for the gen. public. Enthusiasts know what these parks have to offer, but the GP may not know what to think unless they've seen the websites or clips from tv specials.
To hear BGT, people might not think much more than just another amuesment park in Florida. But to hear BGA, might make people take a close look. As for BGW, outside of the enthusiast community, I not so sure many people even know it exists. This may help with promotion on a grander scale.
To me though, the best way to get attention for the parks, would be to let everyone know more about the connection with Busch beer. Beyond the theming and rides, let dad know there's beer school for him, and Clydesdales for the kids.
Its not anywhere on their (BGW) website anymore, but add another vote to a wish to go back to Busch Gardens: The Olde Country and The Dark Continent, they may not be PC but they certainly create an aura of adventure. *** Edited 3/19/2006 5:19:42 AM UTC by Touchdown***
I'd like to see the parks go back to "The Old Country" and "The Dark Continent" again as well. I think changing the names to Busch Gardens Europe and Busch Gardens Africa would be misleading as to where the parks are located.
I agree I think they should at least add some adjetive to Europe and Africa (such as Olde Europe and Wild Africa) to make it obvious to people that they are calling themselves Europe and Africa becaus of their theme not the location of the park.
Like Touchdown said- Busch Gardens Olde Europe and Busch Gardens Wild Africa. Then their next park can be Busch Gardens Grand Asia. I have to say Animal Kingdom has done a pretty amazing job in the Asia theming department. *** Edited 3/21/2006 7:32:22 PM UTC by rc-madness***