Walt Disney Parks and Resorts chairman Jay Rasulo said they're considering building several small theme parks that will afford families high-quality experiences, albeit shorter ones and closer to home.The trick is to do so without diluting the brand or cannibalizing customers who would otherwise be visiting Disney's major resorts in Florida and California.Full Story: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/film/news/e3i3b47d6942f2f90f109cfed16ac67daa1
yeah, i know, shut up....
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I also think that MiA should get one. ;)
...just saying. :)
Disney, no way, no how, NOT buying a pre-existing park....NOT.GONNA.HAPPEN.
You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)
Shapiro wants to take the parks and market them as a closer, cheaper, easier alternative to the full-blown Disney vacation. That's all we heard from the guy at first in regards to his plans as CEO.
Now we have Disney touting the same idea.
I find it interesting on a couple of levels.
I'd rather they just stick to the resorts in Florida and California. Leave regional parks to Six Flags and Cedar Fair.
Personally, I'd rather see the company improve the parks they already have. That said, a Disney FEC or LBE isn't a bad idea, as long as it's going to be well-kept. It might give SF and CF a run for their money.
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Haven't you heard? All of WDW is going to be moved into MiA for the start of the 2007 season. It'll be right next to X-flight and Steel Venom. :)
Oh get over it Coasterkid, you know it is all just water under the tree anyway. :)
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