btw, good idea DragonofFrost
Whens the last time you saw a Looney Toon character on a Six Flags Comercial?
Just this year. They are in every commercial. They are right at the end when they Say "Six Flags (Park name) It’s Playtime"
I can't imagine a child saying, "Come on dad, take me to 6 Flags so I can see Tweety." Or better yet, a parent spending gate prices for that privilege for each member of the family.
Most kids today want the characters from Nickelodeon, or the Cartoon Network. Young children still love Seseme Street, Nick Jr. or Toon Disney.
A six or seven year old MIGHT say, "Come on dad, take me to Great Adventure so I could meet the Kids Next Door."
I loved the Mr. Six campaign. It was instant product recognition, spirited and a tad silly. (Funny how the video never showed long lines and broken rides). I also thought - this is great, but they could do more with him.
Even so, a pitchman alone can't improve a product just the percieved image of it.
Oh well, In memorium - Sing this one to the Venga Boys....
We're off to Great Adventure...It's somewhere in New Jersey...the prices are outragous...and everything is broken...the lines go on forever...the people are obnoxous...I have to spring for Q-bot...or I won't get on nothing...three dollars for some water...ten dollars for the parking...I heard a lot of curse words and now I'm stuck in traffic....
Sesame Place has their characters, but Beaches Resorts advertises that they have them too.
Maybe characters can appear in more than one park. It seems as if Santa gets around to every mall, so if he can do it....
The downside? He brought a brand identity to a corporation with a bad rep....and for that, he's being sent to retirement in Florida... ;)
I went on Revolution
it hurt my head immensely
because it has restraints that
defy logical placementI can't believe this pizza
cost me over ten dollars
That's only slightly less than
The cost of season passes...
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