Nonetheless, I am way looking forward to HRP...can I wait until June? That's another question altogether. Can't wait to see the Ferris-Wheel lift in action (assuming it's working when I get there, LOL).
This may be a dumb question, but what were they using for the flying effect near the end? That was sweet.But a trip down there will have to wait until next year at the soonest.
2022 Trips: WDW, Sea World San Diego & Orlando, CP, KI, BGW, Bay Beach, Canobie Lake, Universal Orlando
I agree with Amnesiac, needed more guitar. The one section which switched the strings on the guitar was way cool.
I really CANNOT wait to see this park next month!!!!! I am going to go NUTS!
Rock and roll, the beach, and COASTERS? I will die a happy chick. :)
*** Edited 4/13/2008 3:26:53 PM UTC by coasterqueenTRN***
I don't have too much interest in going to this park, at least not making a trip to Myrtle Beach just for it, but I noticed something interested over the past two weeks. Here is central Ohio I've heard HRP radio commercials a handful of times. What kind of marketing campaign do they have going, and what is their budget, because it seems like if they are advertising during rush hour all the way up here in Ohio they are looking for this park to have a pretty wide regional appeal. I don't know about others but personally it would be hard for me to spend $50 plus the trip down for what the park offers as of now.
Anyone else hearing these commercials?
I'd guess marketing to Ohio is a good bet.
It would be really cool to have a video projection of Garth and Wayne headbanging at that point. But I'd imagine Mr. Myers' price tag is pretty steep at this point.
Edited to add: the point isn't to get Ohioans to visit HRP. The point is to get Ohioans who plan to go to Myrtle Beach anyway to visit HRP.
If Myrtle Beach is the Atlantic summer destination of choice for that bit of Ohio, then it makes a lot of sense. For example, large swaths of Northern VA and the DC area go to the Outer Banks for their annual beach trip. *** Edited 4/14/2008 10:23:19 PM UTC by Brian Noble***
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